Yes. If you are charged with the criminal offense of violating the order of protection then the State is required to notify alleged victims of the pending charges, all court dates, etc.
Yes, as a victim they have a right to be notified of any court dates you have.
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Yes, as my colleagues noted, the victim will be notified pursuant to victims rights in Arizona.
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