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A Burn Ban is not in effect at this time
Effective: Sep 20, 2013
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Jury Hotline - (817) 558-1982
Justice of the Peace Precinct #4
Monday, Aug 18, 2014
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Monday, Aug 11, 2014
Cancelled
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What can a protective order do?
A protective order may prohibit the offender from committing the following: - Criminally enforceable acts. - Committing family violence. - Committing dating violence. - Communicating directly with a person protected by an order or a member of the family or household of a person protected by an order, in a threatening or harassing manner. - Communicating a threat through any person to a person protected by an order or a member of the family or household of a person protected by an order. - Going to or near the residence or place of employment or business of a person protected by an order or a member of the family or household of a person protected by an order. - Going to or near the residence, child-care facility, or school of a child protected under the order normally attends or in which the child normally resides. - Engaging in conduct directed specifically toward a person who is a person protected by an order or a member of the family or household of a person protected by an order, including following the person, that is likely to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, or embarrass the person. - Possessing a firearm.
 
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