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UNIQUE ID NUMBER CREATED BY ICPSR

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

COUNTY

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

STATE

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

TIER LEVEL 1-4

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

POPULATION

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

4 TIERS BASED ON POPULATION

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

CONSORTIUM MEMBERSHIP

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

SITE PARTICIPATED IN PHASE II (ID - 17, 83, 96, SELECTED BUT DID NOT PARTICIPATE)

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

1. CRIMINAL. WHAT TYPES OF CASES ARE HANDLED BY YOUR COURT?

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

1. CIVIL. WHAT TYPES OF CASES ARE HANDLED BY YOUR COURT?

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

1. FAMILY. WHAT TYPES OF CASES ARE HANDLED BY YOUR COURT?

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. A TEMPORARY ORDERS, PETITIONERS ARE REQUIRED TO COME TO THE COURTHOUSE TO FILE AN APPLICATION

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. B TEMPORARY ORDERS, PETITIONERS MAY DOWNLOAD A PROTECTION ORDER APPLICATION FROM THE INTERNET

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. C TEMPORARY ORDERS, E-FILING IS AVAILABLE

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. D TEMPORARY ORDERS, CIVIL ORDERS OF PROTECTION MAY BE FILED THROUGH THE PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. E TEMPORARY ORDERS, THE COURT HAS A SPECIALIZED UNIT OR DEDICATED STAFF TO ASSIST PETITIONERS WITH PROTECTION ORDER APPLICATIONS

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. F TEMPORARY ORDERS, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATES ARE AVAILABLE ON-SITE TO ASSIST PETITIONERS

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. G TEMPORARY ORDERS, PETITIONERS WHO SEE ASSISTANCE ARE REFERRED TO OFF-SITE COMMUNITY-BASED ADVOCATES

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. H TEMPORARY ORDERS, THE COURT PERMITS STAFF TO ASSIST PETITIONERS

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. I TEMPORARY ORDERS, PETITIONERS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND HEARINGS

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. A PERMANENT ORDERS, PETITIONERS ARE REQUIRED TO COME TO THE COURTHOUSE TO FILE AN APPLICATION

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. B PERMANENT ORDERS, PETITIONERS MAY DOWNLOAD A PROTECTION ORDER APPLICATION FROM THE INTERNET

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. C PERMANENT ORDERS, E-FILING IS AVAILABLE

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. D PERMANENT ORDERS, CIVIL ORDERS OF PROTECTION MAY BE FILED THROUGH THE PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

2. E PERMANENT ORDERS, THE COURT HAS A SPECIALIZED UNIT OR DEDICATED STAFF TO ASSIST PETITIONERS WITH PROTECTION ORDER APPLICATIONS

Taken from: National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women, 2003-2006 - Phase I Data.

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