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Ohio Protection Orders: Criminal Protection Orders

This guide provides information about the different types of protection orders available in Ohio.

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Resources

See these resources for information about what a Criminal Temporary Protection Order is, who is eligible and how to obtain one

Criminal protection orders - Columbus City Attorney

Difference between civil and criminal protection orders - Summit County Prosecutor FAQs

 

About this Guide

This guide is intended to provide basic information about protection orders in Ohio. This page is specifically about Criminal Temporary Protection Orders. Information about other types of protection orders is available by clicking the tabs, above, or these links:

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Laws

Statutes and rules related to Criminal Temporary Protection Orders in Ohio

Statutes and Rules Reference Chart

O.R.C. 2919.26 - Motion for and Hearing on Protection Order (Offenses against the family)

O.R.C. 2903.213 - Motion for and Hearing on Protection Order (non-family member)

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