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if a person has to pay restitution or else she will be doing time...what will a restraining order do to her?

will she get a worse record? what will it do to her overall?


Asked by Anonymous at 12:44 PM on Feb. 28, 2010 in Just for Fun

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  • Your question is very confusing because one does not necessarily have anything to do with the other. Any action taken by a court goes on your record, regardless of the outcome. So if you were convicted of a crime that required you to pay restitution, and the victim has entered a protection order to prohibit you from contacting them or the court has imposed it, both will show up on a public documents search with your name.

    If there is a civil protection order, that too, will show up.

    I hope this helps.

    Answer by Busimommi at 2:08 PM on Feb. 28, 2010

  • yes it does answer a lot of it but i was just wondering if things would get worse for her like she'd easily get thrown in jail because she's got a lot on her with the restitution and the restraining would she be walking on eggshells?

    Answer by Anonymous at 2:40 PM on Feb. 28, 2010