CR-6072 REV 1/01/11
PROPERTY REMOVAL ORDERS
(Criminal Domestic Violence Case)
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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
190 W. Hedding Street, San José, CA 95110
191 North First Street
San José, CA 95113
Hall of Justice
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
DEFENDANT & RESTRAINED PERSON:
FOR COURT USE ONLY
PROPERTY REMOVAL ORDERS
CRIMINAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE
RESTRAINED PERSON: Complete Name:
Sex: M F Ht: Wt: Hair Color: Eye Color: Race: Age: DOB:
CRIMINAL PROTECTIVE ORDER IN THIS CASE ISSUED ON: PROTECTED PERSON:
This proceeding was heard on (date): at (time) in Dept.
by Judicial Officer (name):
Protect Party was present
THE COURT ORDERS THAT:
The Restrained Person Is granted a one-time exception to the “no contact” and “stay away” provisions in the Criminal
Protective Order (copy attached) issued on
to retrieve and remove his/her necessary
personal property. Items which are not agreed upon shall not be removed. The removal shall occur within five days of
this hearing and only if accompanied by a Law Enforcement Officer as defined by Penal Code section 830.1 or 830.2. The
Removal shall not occur before 7 a.m. or after 10 p.m.
Either party may request a Civil Standby from the Law Enforcement Agency where the Protected Person resides. The
Restrained Person shall give a copy of this Property Removal Order and the Criminal Protective Order to the Law
Enforcement Officer at the Civil Standby before property removal can take place.
The Restrained Person may retrieve and remove ”necessary personal property” only.
“Necessary personal property” means the Restrained Person’s clothing, toiletries, prescribed medication, medical
records, medical insurance card, driver’s license or state identification card; and passport, credit cards, ATM cards and
checkbook(s) bearing the Restrained Person’s name.
Other items that may also be removed:
5. The Restrained Person shall obey all instructions of a Law Enforcement Officer present on the Civil Standby, who may
terminate the property removal process at any time in the Officer’s discretion.
6. The orders herein are for temporary possession and the issue of final ownership of any item may be subject to review by a
Court of competent jurisdiction.
7. The LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER who is present for the civil standby SHALL NOT ALLOW the Restrained Person
entry into the Protected Person’s residence unless:
a.) the Protected Person and/or a designated representative is present AND
b.) the Protected Person consents to entry by both the Law Enforcement Officer and the Restrained Person OR arranges
another date and time for the Civil Standby to take place.
Civil Standby took place on , at am/pm
Officer’s Badge No. & Signature: