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Legal Information: Wyoming
Updated: November 17, 2020
What protections can I get in an order of protection?
An ex parte temporary order or a final order can order the abuser to:
- not commit any further acts of stalking or sexual assault involving you or any other person;
- stay away from your home, school, business, workplace, or any other location;
- not intimidate, threaten, or otherwise interfere with you, your family or household members, or other specific person(s) named in the order; and
- not contact you, your family or household members, or other specific person(s) named in the order through telephone calls, mail, e-mail, texting, fax, social media, or any other form of communication.1
1 Wyoming Code §§ 7-3-509(a); 7–3–508(b)
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