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Last Post 03 Nov 2006 12:42 PM by  lkoschney
R-06-0032 Arizona Rules of Protective Order Procedure
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03 Nov 2006 12:42 PM
    R-06-0032


    ARIZONA RULES OF PROCEDURE OF PROTECTIVE ORDER PROCEDURE

    TO RESOLVE THE PERVASIVE CONFUSION AND CONFLICT OVER THE APPLICABILITY OF OTHER PROCEDURAL RULES IN PROTECTIVE ORDER CASES

    Petitioner:
    Hon. William J. O'Neil
    Presiding Civil Court Judge
    Pinal County Superior Court
    PO Box 847
    Florence, AZ 85232
    Phone: 520-866-5409
    Fax: 520-866-5403
    Chair, Domestic Violence Rules Committee

    Filed October 31, 2006

    Comments due May 21, 2007.

    This petition addresses rules in multiple Forums. Please refer to the petition in the Family Law forum to view the petition, attachments, and any comments filed. Any comments submitted for this petition should be done in the Family Law forum.
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