This sounds like legal malpractice. You should contact the professional board of the state..
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Assuming that the order dismissing the restraining order / injunction was not dismissed with prejudice, you may file for another restraining order (and I would suggest with the help of another attorney). Typically, once you file, you are awarded a temporary injunction for two weeks, and then you go for the hearing (of which the date and time are on that temporary order). I would add the prank calls to the new application for restraining order.
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You can refile, but usually new facts are needed.
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