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Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in California Courts (2019)
This 60-minute training explains the different types of protective orders that are available to domestic violence survivors in California, and the differences between them. It also explains how restraining orders issued by juvenile or family courts can be renewed in family courts.
Presenters: FVAP’s Director of Programs Jennafer Wagner & Amy Poyer, Senior Staff Attorney at California Women’s Law Center
MCLE Credit: 1.0 hours (Instructions on applying for MCLE credit below video. Available for CA attorneys only.)
Closed captioning available.
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Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in California Courts Slide Deck
MCLE Evaluation Form – Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in California Courts
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