My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Oklahoma
9 months ago my husband confessed to a long term affair which he said was over. The other woman called me and left a message apologizing and saying I could call her anytime. I responded with a message asking for her email address. She texted me her mailing address and I sent her a letter, basically lamblasting her for the affair. 3 months later I sent her a text asking a question. No response. A month after that, I left a voice mail asking a question. No response, but she called my husband and complained, and said she never told me I could call her. My husband made me promise to never contact her again. Last week my husband and I had been fighting over the affair and I impulsively called the other woman, got her voice mail and called her a name. I hid my phone number from her caller ID. She called my husband the next day and said she was going to file a protective order against me. When he confronted me I lied and said I never called her. He called her to tell her it wasnt' me and she said she recognized my voice and was going ahead with the protective order. I suppose she could get a request for my phone records and prove I called her, but would a judge really issue a restraining order against me? Will I have to go to court? Will it go on my record?