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TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST HARASSMENT
Based upon the attached Petition for Ex Parte Temporary Restraining Order and Declaration of Petitioner(s) and pursuant to Hawai‘i Revised Statutes
§604-10.5, the Court finds there is probable cause to believe:
❑ Recent or past acts of harassment by Respondent(s) have occurred.
❑ Threats of harassment by Respondent(s) make it probable that acts of harassment may be imminent against Petitioner(s).
It appears to the Court that a Temporary Restraining Order should be granted and is necessary to prevent acts of harassment. Accordingly,
IT IS ORDERED that Respondent(s) shall appear before the Judge in the above-entitled proceeding at the date, time and place indicated in the Notice of
Hearing below. Pending the hearing on this Petition, Respondent(s) is/are ordered as follows.
YOU AND ANYONE ACTING ON YOUR BEHALF ARE ORDERED AS FOLLOWS:
❑ Do not contact, threaten, or physically harass Petitioner(s) and ❑ any person(s) residing at Petitioner(s)’ residence
❑ Do not telephone Petitioner(s)
❑ Do not enter or visit Petitioner(s)’ ❑ residence, including yard and garage, and ❑ place of employment.
❑ Pursuant to HAWAI‘I REVISED STATUTES §134-7, you shall not possess or control any firearm(s) and/or ammunition for
the duration of this Temporary Restraining Order.
❑ You shall immediately turn over for safekeeping all firearms and/or ammunition in your possession and control to the
Honolulu Police Department (Firearms Unit, Main Station, 801 So. Beretania Street, 1st Floor, Honolulu Hawai‘i 96813), for
the duration of this Order or any extensions thereof.
This Order becomes effective upon its signing and filing and shall remain in effect for fifteen (15) days, unless extended or
terminated by the Court.
ANY KNOWING OR INTENTIONAL VIOLATION OF THIS TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST HARASSMENT IS A
MISDEMEANOR PUNISHABLE BY A JAIL SENTENCE OF UP TO ONE YEAR AND/OR UP TO A $2,000 FINE. A SENTENCE OF 48
HOURS JAIL FOR A SECOND CONVICTION AND 30 DAYS JAIL FOR ANY SUBSEQUENT CONVICTION(S) IS MANDATORY.
[HAWAI‘I REVISED STATUTES §604-10.5, §706-663 AND §706-640].
ate: Judge of the above-entitled Court
NOTICE OF HEARING
NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Petitioner(s) above named has/have filed the foregoing Petition for Ex Parte Temporary Restraining Order and for Injunction
YOU ARE COMMANDED to appear before the Presiding Judge of the above-entitled Court, the District Court of the above Circuit, at 1111 Alakea
Street, 10th floor, Courtroom B, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813, on _________________________________________________________________________,
at 8:30 o’clock A.M.
Prior to the scheduled hearing date, you or your attorney may file a written response explaining, excusing, justifying, or denying the alleged act or
acts of harassment. At the hearing, the parties shall be prepared to testify, call and examine witnesses, present any documents, and give legal or factual
reasons why the Injunction should or should not be granted. Each party may be represented by an attorney and shall be prepared to proceed at the hearing.
IF YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY FAIL TO ATTEND AT THE TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED, AN ORDER GRANTING PETITION FOR
INJUNCTION AGAINST HARASSMENT WILL BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE PETITION.
The Court shall receive all evidence that is relevant at the hearing, and may make independent inquiry. If the Court finds by clear and convincing
evidence that harassment by Respondent(s) in the form of physical harm, bodily injury, assault, of the threat of imminent physical harm, bodily injury to
Petitioner exists, it may enjoin for no more than three years further harassment by Respondent(s). If the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that
harassment by Respondent(s) in the form of an intentional or knowing course of conduct directed at Petitioner(s) that seriously alarms or disturbs,
consistently or continually bothers Petitioner(s) and that serves no legitimate purpose exists, and such course of conduct would cause a reasonable person
to suffer emotional distress, the court shall enjoin for no more than three years, further harassment by Respondent(s).
This Order shall not be personally delivered between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on premises not open to the public, unless a judge of the above-
entitled Court permits, in writing on this Order, personal delivery during those hours.
Date: Clerk of the above-entitled Court
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act if you require an accommodation for your disability, please contact the
District Court Administration Office at PHONE NO. 538-5121, FAX 538-5233, OR TTY 539-4853 at least ten (10) working
days in advance of your hearing Or appointment date. For Civil related matters, please call 538-5151.