Form JV-250 "Notice of Hearing and Temporary Restraining Order - Juvenile" - California

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JV-250
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY:
STATE BAR NO:
NAME:
FIRM NAME:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE NO.:
FAX NO.:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
ATTORNEY FOR (name):
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
NOTICE OF HEARING
AND TEMPORARY
JUVENILE:
RESTRAINING ORDER—JUVENILE
FAMILY:
1.
Protected person or persons
Full Name:
Sex:
Age:
Relationship to Child:
2.
Restrained person
Full Name:
M
F
Sex:
Height:
Weight:
Hair Color:
Eye Color:
Race:
Age:
Date of Birth:
Address (if known):
City:
State:
Zip:
3. Expiration date/Notice of court hearing
A court hearing is scheduled on the request for restraining orders against the person in item 2. Any temporary orders
granted will expire at the end of the hearing scheduled for the date and time shown in the box below unless otherwise ordered. At
the hearing, the judge may make restraining orders that could last up to three years.
Name and address of court if different from above:
Hearing
Date:
Time:
Date &
Time
Dept.:
Room:
Page 1 of 4
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 213.5, 213.7,
NOTICE OF HEARING
AND TEMPORARY
Judicial Council of California
304,362, 362.4, 726, 726.5;
JV-250 [Rev. January 1, 2017]
Family Code, §§ 6218, 6380, 6389;
RESTRAINING ORDER—JUVENILE
Penal Code, §§ 136.2, 29825;
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.488, 5.630
www.courts.ca.gov
JV-250
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY:
STATE BAR NO:
NAME:
FIRM NAME:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE NO.:
FAX NO.:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
ATTORNEY FOR (name):
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
NOTICE OF HEARING
AND TEMPORARY
JUVENILE:
RESTRAINING ORDER—JUVENILE
FAMILY:
1.
Protected person or persons
Full Name:
Sex:
Age:
Relationship to Child:
2.
Restrained person
Full Name:
M
F
Sex:
Height:
Weight:
Hair Color:
Eye Color:
Race:
Age:
Date of Birth:
Address (if known):
City:
State:
Zip:
3. Expiration date/Notice of court hearing
A court hearing is scheduled on the request for restraining orders against the person in item 2. Any temporary orders
granted will expire at the end of the hearing scheduled for the date and time shown in the box below unless otherwise ordered. At
the hearing, the judge may make restraining orders that could last up to three years.
Name and address of court if different from above:
Hearing
Date:
Time:
Date &
Time
Dept.:
Room:
Page 1 of 4
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 213.5, 213.7,
NOTICE OF HEARING
AND TEMPORARY
Judicial Council of California
304,362, 362.4, 726, 726.5;
JV-250 [Rev. January 1, 2017]
Family Code, §§ 6218, 6380, 6389;
RESTRAINING ORDER—JUVENILE
Penal Code, §§ 136.2, 29825;
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.488, 5.630
www.courts.ca.gov
JV-250
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
Hearing on this temporary restraining order
4.
a.
Date hearing held:
Time:
Dept.:
Room:
b.
Judicial officer (name):
c.
Persons and attorneys present (names):
Temporary orders (select one)
5.
Granted. The court has granted the temporary orders that are checked below.
a.
Not granted. No temporary orders are granted pending the scheduled hearing in item 3.
b.
THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS
6.
Restrained person (child in delinquency proceedings) (Complete either 6 or 7, not both.)
a.
is a ward of the court or the subject of a petition under Welfare and Institutions Code section 601 or 602 and must not
contact, threaten, stalk, or disturb the peace of anyone in item 1.
may have peaceful contact with the protected person(s) in item 1 only for the safe exchange of children for court-
b.
ordered visitation as stated in the attached family, juvenile, or probate court order in Case No.:
issued on (date):
, as an exception to the "no-contact" provision in item 6a of this order.
may have peaceful contact with the protected person(s) in item 1 only for the safe exchange of children for
c.
visitation as stated in a family, juvenile, or probate court order issued after the date this order is signed, as an
exception to the "no-contact" provision in item 6a of this order.
Restrained person (other than child in delinquency proceeding) (Complete either 6 or 7, not both.)
7.
a. must not do the following things to anyone in item 1:
(1)
Molest, attack, strike, stalk, threaten, sexually assault, batter, harass, destroy the personal property of, or disturb
the peace.
Contact, either directly or indirectly in any way, including but not limited to, in person, by telephone, in
(2)
writing, by public or private mail, by interoffice mail, by e-mail, by text message, by fax, or by other electronic
means
except for visitation as indicated in c below.
must stay away
b.
at least (specify):
yards from (check all that apply).
(1)
anyone in item 1, except for visitation as indicated in item c below.
(2)
home of anyone in item 1.
(3)
job or workplace of anyone in item 1.
(4)
vehicle of anyone in item 1.
(5)
school of anyone in item 1.
(6)
the child(ren)'s school or child care.
Other
(7)
(specify):
except for visitation as indicated in item c below.
c.
has the right to visit the child(ren) named in item 1 as follows:
(1)
None
Visitation according to the attached schedule (Form JV-205 must be attached if any visitation is ordered.)
(2)
d.
must move immediately from (address):
and take only personal clothing and belongings.
e.
must NOT take any action to get the address or location of anyone named in item 1 or the addresses or locations
of the family members, caregivers, or guardians of any one named in item 1. If this box is not checked, the court
has found good cause not to make this order.
JV-250 [Rev. January 1, 2017]
Page 2 of 4
AND TEMPORARY
NOTICE OF HEARING
RESTRAINING ORDER—JUVENILE
JV-250
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
8. No guns or other firearms or ammunition (applies only if box 5a is checked on this form)
a.
The restrained person cannot own, possess, have, buy or try to buy, receive or try to receive, or in any other way get guns,
other firearms, or ammunition.
b.
The restrained person must
within 24 hours of receiving this order sell to, or store with, a licensed gun dealer or turn in to a law enforcement agency any
guns or other firearms within his or her immediate possession or control.
within 48 hours of receiving this order file with the court a receipt that proves guns have been turned in, sold, or stored.
(Proof of Firearms Turned In, Sold, or Stored (form DV-800/JV-252) may be used for the receipt.)
bring a copy of the receipt or Proof of Firearms Turned In, Sold, or Stored (form DV-800/JV-252) to the hearing listed in item 3.
c.
The court has received information that the restrained person owns or possesses a firearm.
9.
The protected person(s) have the right to record communications made by the restrained person that violate the court's
orders.
10.
Possession and protection of animals
a.
Protected person (name):
is given sole possession, care, and control of the animals
listed below, which are owned, possessed, leased, kept, or held by a person protected by this order or residing in the
residence or household of a person protected by this order. (Identify animals by, e.g., type, breed, name, color, sex.)
b.
The restrained person must stay at least
yards away from—and not take, sell, transfer, encumber, conceal, molest,
attack, strike, threaten, harm, or otherwise dispose of—the animals listed above.
11.
Other orders (specify):
A criminal protective order on form CR-160 is in effect as follows:
12.
Case number:
Expiration date:
County (if known):
13. Transmittal order. The data in this order must be transmitted within one business day to law enforcement personnel.
This order must be entered into the California Restraining and Protective Order System (CARPOS) through the California Law
Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS).
a.
The court will enter the order into CARPOS through CLETS directly.
The court or its designee will transmit a copy of the order to a local law enforcement agency authorized by the
b.
Department of Justice to enter orders into CARPOS through CLETS.
If designee, insert name:
14.
Service of temporary order
The restrained person was present at the time the order was made. No further service is needed.
a.
b.
The restrained person was not present at the time the order was made. This order must be served.
Service of this notice of hearing must be at least
five or
15.
(specify):
days before the hearing.
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER
JV-250 [Rev. January 1, 2017]
Page 3 of 4
AND TEMPORARY
NOTICE OF HEARING
RESTRAINING ORDER—JUVENILE
JV-250
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
Warnings to the Restrained Person
If you do not obey these orders, you can be arrested and charged with a crime. You may have to go to jail or prison, pay a fine
of up to $1,000, or both. Taking or hiding a child in violation of this order is subject to state and federal criminal penalties.
You cannot have guns, firearms, or ammunition. If the box in item 5a is checked, the court issued a temporary restraining order,
which means you cannot own, have, possess, buy or try to buy, receive or try to receive, or otherwise get guns, other firearms, or
ammunition while the order is in effect. If you do, you can go to jail and pay a $1,000 fine. You must sell to, or store with, a licensed
gun dealer or turn in to a law enforcement agency any guns or other firearms that you have or control. The judge will ask you for
proof that you did so. If you do not obey this order, you can be charged with a crime. Federal law says you cannot have guns or
ammunition while the order is in effect.
Service of order by mail. If the judge makes a restraining order at the hearing that has the same orders as in this form, you will get
a copy of that order by mail at your last known address, which is written in item 2. If this address is not correct, or to find out if the
orders were made permanent, contact the court.
Instruction for Law Enforcement
Applicable only if the box in item 5a is checked.
Enforcing the restraining order. This order is effective when made. It is enforceable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, all
tribal lands, and all U.S. territories, commonwealths, and possessions and shall be enforced as if it were an order of that jurisdiction
by any law enforcement agency that has received the order, is shown a copy of the order, or has verified its existence on the
California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS). If proof of service on the restrained person has not been
received and the restrained person was not present at the court hearing, the law enforcement agency shall advise the restrained
person of the terms of the order and then shall enforce it.
Conflicting orders—Priorities for Enforcement
.
If more than one restraining order has been issued protecting the protected person from the restrained person, the orders
must be enforced in the following order (see Pen. Code, § 136.2 and Fam. Code, §§ 6383(h)(2), 6405(b)):
1. EPO: If one of the orders is an Emergency Protective Order (form EPO-001) and it is more restrictive than other restraining or
protective orders, it has precedence in enforcement over all other orders.
2. No-Contact Order: If there is no EPO, a no-contact order that is included in a restraining or protective order has precedence in
enforcement over any other restraining or protective order.
3. Criminal Order: If none of the orders includes a no-contact order, a domestic violence protective order issued in a criminal case
takes precedence in enforcement over any conflicting civil court order. Any nonconflicting terms of the civil restraining order remain
in effect and enforceable.
4. Family, Juvenile, or Civil Order: If more than one family, juvenile, or other civil restraining or protective order has been issued, the
one that was issued last must be enforced.
Certificate of Compliance With VAWA for Temporary Orders
This temporary protective order meets all full faith and credit requirements of the Violence Against Women Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2265,
(1994) (VAWA) upon notice of the restrained person. This court has jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter; the
restrained person has been or will be afforded notice and a timely opportunity to be heard as provided by the laws of this
jurisdiction. This order is valid and entitled to enforcement in all jurisdictions throughout the 50 United States, the District
of Columbia, all tribal lands, and all U.S. territories, commonwealths, and possessions and shall be enforced as if it were
an order of that jurisdiction.
CLERK’S CERTIFICATE
[SEAL]
I certify that the foregoing Temporary Restraining Order—Juvenile is a true and correct copy of
the original on file in the court.
Date:
Clerk, by
, Deputy
JV-250 [Rev. January 1, 2017]
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