What do I do if The Person Violates the Order by Contacting Me?
It is a crime in Arizona for a party to violate the terms of a protective order if they were served with the petition and order of protection before initiating the prohibited contact. Typically, the person violating the protective order is charged with a Class 1 misdemeanor. Repeated violations, however, can result in the filing of felony stalking or aggravated harassment charges.
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