I went to court and filed a protective order on behalf of my client. The judge ordered in our favor but the opposing counsel has refused to sign the order
You're a lawyer? Is this a CRIMINAL case or a divorce case?
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In a criminal proceeding, parties do not have to sign an agreed order. In a civil proceeding, either an agreed judgment signed by the parties can be submitted, or a motion for judge must be filed.
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