I was denied a restraining order in 2011. A few months ago, I was granted a TRO but denied a permanent restraining order. Now, I have a current TRO with temporary custody orders set in place. The permanent restraining order hearing is approaching. How do my prior attempts to get a permanent restraining order affect my current case? Does it negatively affect things because I have unsuccessfully attempted to get a permanent order before? Or, do my prior attempts increase validity showing that this is an on-going situation? Are there any tips that could help grant a restraining order? Thank you.
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