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Legal Definition: Temporary Restraining Order

temporary restraining order (TRO) is a type of Injunction.  

A TRO restricts contact with the applicant until the hearing date of the Temporary Restraining Order Hearing. It is limited in time and can be secured with or without notice to the Respondent, depending on the circumstances. outlined in the California Code of Civil Procedure.

A TRO hearing can be considered a quasi-criminal proceeding. 

Both the Applicant and the Respondent have the right to a restraining order attorney at the hearing.  

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