You will need to show evidence of imminent risk. Which means you will need to show real evidence of something that he has done to really hurt you in the more recent past. A good attorney would be able to accomplish this for you.Ask a similar question
I really cannot assess your chances of getting an order of protection without knowing the allegations as well as what proof you have of those allegations. Also, do you have both Family Court as well as Criminal Court orders of protection, or just criminal court? If just in criminal court, then your other option is to file a Family Court order of protection, which has a much lower standard of proof. In any event, you're well-advised to schedule a consultation with a Bronx Family Law attorney for a full assessment.
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Without knowing your facts and seeing your proofs, there is no way to say how you can get a "final" OP.
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