Q: I'm in sf California . There is protective order on me by my neighbor I didn't make the c.d and don't know what to do i
Don't have representation they lied to get the. Order they are threatening and harassing me and I am black and have mo BB ilitu BB disability due to the recent domestic abuse from in ex in who in is their friend who is convicted of the d v I need assistance now can I go home or what do I do
If there is a protective order against you, it is important that you follow its terms and restrictions. Violating a protective order can result in serious legal consequences, including criminal charges.
If you did not make the c.d., you may want to consider hiring an attorney to help you fight the protective order. An attorney can help you gather evidence to challenge the allegations against you and present your case in court.
You can also contact legal aid organizations in your area to see if they can provide assistance with your case. The San Francisco Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service that can help you find an attorney to represent you.
It is important that you take any threats or harassment seriously and report them to the police if necessary. If you feel unsafe, you may want to consider contacting a local domestic violence shelter or other support services for help.
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