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The court hears requests for protective orders Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. Your petition must be filed before that time to be heard on the same day.
For information about how to apply for a Protective Order, visit the Lane County Victim Services webpage. Volunteer advocates from Lane County Victim Services can assist in filling your forms and will also attend the hearing.
There are several different kinds of protective orders that a person can apply for.
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