How Can I Get My Property Back If I Have a Protective Order Against Me?

Kyle Killam
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When you have a protective order against you, do not make contact with the alleged victim under any circumstances. If you need your personal property, such as clothing, a vehicle, or tools for work, contact an attorney to prepare for the Hearing to Show Cause. Your attorney can help you obtain your property via a third party, a chaperoned law enforcement escort, or having the alleged victim vacate the premises while you retrieve your belongings.