The Emergency Protective Order will expire after seven calendar days or five court days, whichever is earlier. You would only need to go to court if you wished to request a DVRO, which you apparently do not, and your boyfriend will only need to go to court if he is criminally charged with domestic violence in relation to this incident.
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It depends. If the police arrested him and he is being charged him with a crime he may have to appear in Court. Your emergency protective order will expire 72 hours after issuance. You have a small window of an opportunity file a domestic violence restraining order in family court. Your concern for him after the fact is an all too common response in these cases. I've seen this cycle again and again in my years in the business. Please, please think long and hard about staying in this relationship. If you have children, you have a responsibility to keep them safe. My guess is, this isn't the first time he's been physical with you. You deserve better. Why would you stay in an abusive relationship?
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