Shielding the Abused: A Guide to Protective Orders in Virginia
Created on February 09, 2018
Taught by Amy L. Bradley, a multi-year volunteer with a pro-bono program that has assisted hundreds of victims of abuse obtain protective orders against their abusers, this course will guide practitioners through the protective order process in Virginia courts.
The program is designed to assist attorneys obtain an understanding of common issues with regard to protective order litigation including: identifying the court with jurisdiction to hear the matter, grasping the process of obtaining a protective order, learning the elements necessary to successfully obtain a protective order and avoiding traps for the unwary.
- Identify which court has jurisdiction
- Review the statutory scheme
- Obtain best evidence to successfully prosecute a protective order
- Detect methods to combat the defense
- Avoid loopholes and pitfalls
Note: This course is approved for GAL for children in Virginia. If you would like a GAL certificate, please email our Customer Support team after completing the course.
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