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Saratoga Family Law Attorney on Being Afraid of Seeing the Respondent of an OOP in Court
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What Should You Do if I’m Afraid of Seeing the Respondent of an OOP in Court?
As an experienced Saratoga Family Law Attorney, I am often asked what to do if you are afraid to see the respondent of an order of protection in court.
- If you’re afraid to see the respondent in court, reach out to a court officer outside the courtroom upon arriving at the courthouse and ask to be escorted to a room away from the respondent.
- They will also escort you into the courtroom when you are called for your appearance and, once your case is concluded, they will escort you from the courtroom.
- Bring a friend or a family member – or even an advocate – to court with you so that you don’t feel alone or scared.
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