Juvenile Restraining Order After Hearing-Against A Child (CLETS-OJC) {JV-265} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

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Last updated: 12/30/2022

Juvenile Restraining Order After Hearing-Against A Child (CLETS-OJC) {JV-265}

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JV-265, Juvenile Restraining Order After Hearing—Against a Child (CLETS—OJC), If more than one restraining order has been issued protecting the protected person from the restrained person, the orders must be enforced in the following priority (see Penal Code section 136.2 and Family Code sections 6383(h)(2), 6405(b)): 1. Emergency Protective Order (EPO): If one of the orders is an Emergency Protective Order (form EPO-001), provisions (e.g., stay away order) that are more restrictive than in the other restraining/protective orders must be enforced. Provisions of another order that do not conflict with the EPO must be enforced. 13 2. No-Contact Order: If a restraining/protective order includes a no-contact order, the no-contact order must be enforced. 3. Criminal Protective Order (CPO): If none of the orders include an EPO or a no-contact order, the most recent CPO must be enforced. (Family Code sections 6383(h)(2) and 6405(b)). Additionally, a CPO issued in a criminal case involving charges of domestic violence, Penal Code sections 261, 261.5, or former 262, or charges requiring sex offender registration must be enforced over any civil court order. (Penal Code section 136.2(e)(2)). All provisions in the civil court order that do not conflict with the CPO must be enforced. 4. Civil Restraining Orders: If there is more than one civil restraining order (e.g., domestic violence, juvenile, elder abuse, civil harassment), then the order that was issued last must be enforced. Provisions that do not conflict with the most recent civil restraining order must be enforced. Judicial Council of California, New January 1, 2023, Mandatory Form, Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 213.5, 213.6, 213.7, 726.5; Family Code, §§ 6218, 6322.5, 6380, 6389; Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.625 and 5.630. www.FormsWorkflow.com

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