KRS 456.010 defines “dating violence and abuse” as physical injury, serious physical injury, stalking, sexual assault, or the infliction of fear of imminent physical injury, serious physical injury, sexual abuse, or assault occurring between persons who are or have been in a dating relationship.
A “dating relationship” is defined in the statute as a relationship between individuals who have or have had a relationship of a romantic or intimate nature.
In Kentucky, accusations of dating or domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking can lead to a long journey in your county's court system.
If someone files for a protective order against you, a defense attorney can represent you at hearing and help you navigate related criminal charges.
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Kentucky law allows courts to grant two kinds of protective orders: domestic violence orders (DVOs) and interpersonal protective orders (IPOs).
DVOs are meant for victims of domestic violence or abuse.