My question involves restraining orders in the State of: California
There is a permanent restraining order against me in California.
I read that according to California Family Code 6345 C that if there is no expiration date on the order of protection papers that a permanent restraining order lasts 3 years, at which point, I assume it could be renewed. But is this true?
I asked my lawyer and he seemed to brush this off as a completely stupid question, but I'm reading the California Judicial Handbook on protection orders and it seems pretty clear to me. Is it possible for some parts of california to not use those rules? or perhaps they just ignore the rule and they assume nobody with a restraining order is reading the judicial handbook?