Form SV-120 Response to Petition for Private Postsecondary School Violence Restraining Orders - California

Form SV-120 is a California Superior Court form also known as the "Response To Petition For Private Postsecondary School Violence Restraining Orders". The latest edition of the form was released in January 1, 2018 and is available for digital filing.

Download an up-to-date Form SV-120 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the California Superior Court Forms website.

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Response to Petition for Private
Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
SV-120
Postsecondary School Violence
Restraining Orders
Use this form to respond to the Petition (Form SV-100)
Read How Can I Respond to a Petition for Private Postsecondary School
Violence Restraining Orders? (form SV-120-INFO) to protect your
rights.
Fill out this form and take it to the court clerk.
Have someone age 18 or older—not you—serve the petitioner or the
petitioner’s lawyer by mail with a copy of this form and any attached
Fill in court name and street address:
pages. (Use form SV-250, Proof of Service of Response by Mail.)
Superior Court of California, County of
Petitioner (Educational Institution Officer or Employee)
1
Name:
Student Seeking Protection
2
Full Name:
Fill in case number:
Case Number:
Respondent (Person From Whom Protection Is Sought)
3
a.
Your Name:
Your Lawyer (if you have one for this case)
Name:
State Bar No.:
Firm Name:
Your Address (You may give a mailing address if you want
.
b
to keep your street address private; skip this if you have a
The court will consider your response at the
lawyer.)
hearing. Write your hearing date, time, and place
from form SV-109, item
here:
Address:
4
City:
State:
Zip:
Date:
Time:
è
Hearing
Telephone:
Fax:
Room:
Dept.:
Date
E-Mail Address:
If you were served with a Temporary
Restraining Order, you must obey it until the
Personal Conduct Orders
4
hearing. At the hearing, the court may make
I agree to the orders requested.
a.
orders against you that last for up to three years.
b.
I do not agree to the orders requested.
(Specify why you disagree in item
on page 3.)
11
c.
I agree to the following orders (specify below or in item
on page 3):
11
Stay-Away Orders
5
I agree to the orders requested.
a.
b.
I do not agree to the orders requested. (Specify why you disagree in item
on page 3.)
11
c.
I agree to the following orders (specify below or in item
on page 3):
11
SV-120,
Response to Petition for Private Postsecondary
Page 1 of 4
Judicial Council of California, www.courts.ca.gov
Revised January 1, 2018, Mandatory Form
School Violence Restraining Orders
Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 527.85 and 527.9
(Private Postsecondary School Violence Prevention)
Response to Petition for Private
Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
SV-120
Postsecondary School Violence
Restraining Orders
Use this form to respond to the Petition (Form SV-100)
Read How Can I Respond to a Petition for Private Postsecondary School
Violence Restraining Orders? (form SV-120-INFO) to protect your
rights.
Fill out this form and take it to the court clerk.
Have someone age 18 or older—not you—serve the petitioner or the
petitioner’s lawyer by mail with a copy of this form and any attached
Fill in court name and street address:
pages. (Use form SV-250, Proof of Service of Response by Mail.)
Superior Court of California, County of
Petitioner (Educational Institution Officer or Employee)
1
Name:
Student Seeking Protection
2
Full Name:
Fill in case number:
Case Number:
Respondent (Person From Whom Protection Is Sought)
3
a.
Your Name:
Your Lawyer (if you have one for this case)
Name:
State Bar No.:
Firm Name:
Your Address (You may give a mailing address if you want
.
b
to keep your street address private; skip this if you have a
The court will consider your response at the
lawyer.)
hearing. Write your hearing date, time, and place
from form SV-109, item
here:
Address:
4
City:
State:
Zip:
Date:
Time:
è
Hearing
Telephone:
Fax:
Room:
Dept.:
Date
E-Mail Address:
If you were served with a Temporary
Restraining Order, you must obey it until the
Personal Conduct Orders
4
hearing. At the hearing, the court may make
I agree to the orders requested.
a.
orders against you that last for up to three years.
b.
I do not agree to the orders requested.
(Specify why you disagree in item
on page 3.)
11
c.
I agree to the following orders (specify below or in item
on page 3):
11
Stay-Away Orders
5
I agree to the orders requested.
a.
b.
I do not agree to the orders requested. (Specify why you disagree in item
on page 3.)
11
c.
I agree to the following orders (specify below or in item
on page 3):
11
SV-120,
Response to Petition for Private Postsecondary
Page 1 of 4
Judicial Council of California, www.courts.ca.gov
Revised January 1, 2018, Mandatory Form
School Violence Restraining Orders
Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 527.85 and 527.9
(Private Postsecondary School Violence Prevention)
Case Number:
Additional Protected Persons
6
a.
I agree that the persons listed in item
of the Petition may be protected by the order requested.
4
b.
I do not agree that the persons listed in item
of the Petition may be protected by the order requested.
4
Firearms Prohibition and Relinquishment
7
If you were served with form SV-110, Temporary Restraining Order, you cannot own or possess any guns,
other firearms, or ammunition. You must sell to or store with a licensed gun dealer, or turn in to a law
enforcement agency, any guns or other firearms in your immediate possession or control within 24 hours of
being served with form SV-110. (See item
8
of form SV-110.) You must file a receipt with the court. You
may use form SV-800, Proof of Firearms Turned In, Sold, or Stored for the receipt.
a.
I do not own or control any guns or other firearms.
b.
I ask for an exemption from the firearms prohibition under Code of Civil Procedure section 527.9(f)
because carrying a firearm is a condition of my employment, and my employer is unable to reassign me
to another position where a firearm is unnecessary. (Explain):
Check here if there is not enough space below for your answer. Put your complete answer on an
attached sheet of paper and write “Attachment 7b—Firearms Surrender Exemption” as a title. You
may use form MC-025, Attachment.
c.
I have turned in my guns and firearms to the police or sold them to or stored them with a licensed gun
dealer. A copy of the receipt
is attached.
has already been filed with the court.
Other Orders
8
I agree to the orders requested.
a.
b.
I do not agree to the orders requested. (Specify why you disagree in item
on page 3.)
11
c.
I agree to the following orders (specify below or in item
on page 3):
11
Denial
9
I did not do anything described in item
of form SV-100. (Skip to
.)
8
11
SV-120,
Revised January 1, 2018
Response to Petition for Private Postsecondary
Page 2 of 4
School Violence Restraining Orders
(Private Postsecondary School Violence Prevention)
Case Number:
Justification or Excuse
10
If I did some or all of the things that the petitioner has accused me of, my actions were justified or excused for the
following reasons (explain):
Check here if there is not enough space below for your answer. Put your complete answer on an attached sheet
of paper and write “Attachment 10—Justification or Excuse” as a title. You may use form MC-025, Attachment.
Reasons I Do Not Agree to the Orders Requested
11
Explain your answers to each order requested that you do not agree with.
Check here if there is not enough space below for your answer. Put your complete answer on an attached sheet
of paper and write “Attachment 11—Reasons I Disagree” as a title. You may use form MC-025, Attachment.
Revised January 1, 2018
SV-120,
Response to Petition for Private Postsecondary
Page 3 of 4
School Violence Restraining Orders
(Private Postsecondary School Violence Prevention)
Case Number:
No Fee for Filing
12
I ask the court to waive the filing fee because the petitioner claims in form SV-100 item
to be
14
a.
entitled to free filing.
I request that I not be required to pay the filing fee because I am eligible for a fee waiver. (Form
.
b
FW-001, Request to Waive Court Fees, must be filed separately.)
Costs
13
I ask the court to order the petitioner to pay my court costs. The amounts requested are:
a.
Item
Amount
Item
Amount
$
$
$
$
$
$
Check here if there are more items. Put the items and amounts on the attached sheet of paper and
write “Attachment 13—Costs” for a title. You may use form MC-025, Attachment.
.
b
I ask the court to deny the request of the person asking for protection that I pay his or her lawyer’s
fees and costs.
Number of pages attached to this form, if any:
14
Date:
}
Lawyer’s name (if any)
Lawyer’s signature
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information above is true and
correct.
Date:
}
Sign your name
Type or print your name
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Response to Petition for Private Postsecondary
Page 4 of 4
School Violence Restraining Orders
(Private Postsecondary School Violence Prevention)
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