Selection: If RMvlc agrees to take the case, the staff will set up a follow-up appointment.If the case is not appropriate for RMvlc or RMvlc is unable to take the case, staff will provide referrals to other agencies.Six distinct stages make up the cycle of violence: the set-up, the abuse, the abuser's feelings of "guilt" and their fear of reprisal, their rationalization, the abuser's shift to nonabusive or to very good behavior, and the fantasies and plans for the next episode of abuse.
Some examples of possible Violations of Injunction by a Respondent are: you may file a Motion for Extension of Injunction for Protection at one of the Clerk's Office locations listed below.
Topics are related to building healthy relationships, bullying, gender roles and stereotypes, domestic and dating violence, friendships, peer pressure, expressing emotions appropriately, conflicts and disagreements, hands are not for hitting, respecting differences, and school safety.
Presentations are tailored to the developmental level of students in each grade.
the Judge at the hearing will determine whether or not to grant you a Final Judgment based on testimony from you, the Respondent and any eye-witnesses. after an Injunction has been entered, you should first contact your local law enforcement agency and file a police report.
If the Judge grants you a Final Judgment, it may be in effect for an indefinite period of time or may expire on a specific date. If law enforcement does not find that there are grounds to press criminal charges, but you wish to pursue a Violation of Injunction, you can go to one of the Pinellas County Clerk's Office locations listed at the bottom of this page, Monday through Friday between the hours of , excluding County holidays, and fill out, then file an Affidavit in Support of Violation of Injunction.