As discussed HERE, protection orders are technically civil matters. However, the requesting party is making criminal allegations against you. Some decide not to fight the temporary orders because they don't want to have contact with the alleged victim anyway. This is flawed position to take where, there are other consequences connected to final protection orders. Here are just five, of the many, reasons you should defend yourself in Kansas protection order requests:
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