The Protection Order Process

Idaho courts can assist a victim of domestic violence through protection orders which restrict or prohibit contact between the victim of abuse and the abuser. Idaho Code Section 39-6301, et seq.  Domestic violence includes physical injury, sexual abuse, forced imprisonment or the threat thereof.

We also have specific county guides available for Ada, Boise, Elmore, and Valley Counties regarding the civil protection order process. Please view these guides below.

If you need information regarding what a civil protection order is, please see our What is a Civil Protection Order? guide here: What is a Civil Protection Order?

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