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Protective Order

A court order, direction, decree, or command to protect a person from further harassment, SERVICE OF PROCESS, or discovery.

A protective order can limit the time and place where a deposition can be taken, restrict the inspection of documents in the possession of a party, or regulate or modify the enforcement of a judgment.

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