Restraining order and criminal defense

If it was no legal grounds to file a restraining order, would that makes it not legally binding?

If it was no legal grounds to file a restraining order, would that makes it not legally binding?

For instance if it was issued with no credible evidence of harassment and

It was issued without credible evidence of reasonable and in good faith attempt at an informal resolution of each issue presented in motion

Nathan’s Answer

If a temporary restraining order (TRO) has been issued, then the threat was found to be credible. The permanent restraining order would be heard shortly, and you should fight it, since non-appearance can lead to the permanent restraining order being issued (up to 5 years). If a permanent restraining order hearing has already occurred with a restraining order already issued, your upward climb is that much steeper.

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