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Presented by the ISBA Family Law Section

Learn the context and meaning of statutory terms used in Domestic Violence and Orders of Protection cases, including:

  • Who can get an order of protection;
  • The differences and similarities between criminal and civil orders of protection;
  • The process for getting a civil order of protection;
  • The different types of orders of protection;
  • The court room process for an Order of Protection hearing; and
  • Much more.


“How To” Series Producer and Coordinator: 

Pamela J. Kuzniar, Kuzniar & Simons, P.C., Chicago


Program Speakers:

Daniel B. Davis, Richard Wilson PC Law Offices, Chicago

Heather M. Hurst, Davis Friedman, Chicago

Sally K. Kolb, Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Found, Champaign

Program Information
Program Date:
March 02, 2017
Family Law "How To" Series: 01. Order of Protection / Domestic Violence Prosecution
Speaker Information
David B. Davis  [ view bio ]
Heather M. Hurst  [ view bio ]
Sally K. Kolb  [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 0.75
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