You will need to go to the court where the restraining order was granted and ask the judge to terminate the restraining order.
Yes, but you will have to return to the court where it was granted and request termination. Speak to the court clerk for more information about the process.
As the other avvo lawyers have stayed you need to go back to the court u filed it in. U need to go to the clerks office ask the clerk to pull ur file. They probably will have u speak to a domestic violence advocate and then take u before the judge. If the judge is convinced that ur fear of the other person no longer exist. The judge most likely will terminate it The problem w tro s and NCOs is that people take advantage of them and that's not y they exist. Make sure ur making the right decision and move forward. If u have any doubt a judge will c that and deny ur request
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