Can You Be Removed From Your Home by an Arizona Order of Protection?

Order of Protection Leading to Being Removed From Your Home 

Some people have asked the question can you be removed from your home by an Arizona Order of Protection. The simple answer is yes. A judge is allowed to order the removal of the defendant from the parties common residence if the judge determines there is reasonable cause to believe physical harm may result if the plaintiff is not granted the exclusive use and possession of that residence. The judge may, however, allow the defendant to return to the residence under the supervision of a police officer to retrieve his or her personal property.

Can You Be Removed From Your Home by an Arizona Order of Protection?

Can You Be Removed From Your Home by an Arizona Order of Protection?

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