Free TH-110 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER (Transitional Housing Misconduct) - California


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COURT COUNTY .OF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (THIS .IS. A. COURT .ORDER) ......... .. ...... . . ........ . : ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name and Address): TELEPHONE NO.:Index No. : Plaintiff(s) : : : : Calendar No.

FOR COURT USE ONLY

ATTORNEY FOR (Name):

JUDICIAL SUBPOENA

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF -againstSTREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME:

PROGRAM OPERATOR:

Defendant(s) : . . . .PARTICIPANT:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .........
CASE NUMBER:

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE

THE PEOPLE OF THETemporary Restraining Order and STATE OF NEW YORK
THIS ORDER SHALL EXPIRE AT THE DATE AND THE TIME OF THE HEARING SHOWN IN THE BOX BELOW UNLESS EXTENDED TO BY THE COURT. To Participant (name all persons to be restrained or excluded):

YOU ARE ORDERED to appear in this court at the date, time, and place shown in the box below to give any legal reason why the orders requested in the attached petition should not be granted.

GREETINGS:

WE COMMAND YOU, that all business and excuses being laid aside, you and each of you attend before , the Honorable at the Court NOTICE OF HEARING located at County of in , on the day of , at o'clock in the noon, and at any recessed Room: Time: , 20 Dept.: Date: room or adjourned date, to testify and give evidence as a witness in this action on the part of the

You have the right to attend the court hearing and oppose the petition, with or without an attorney. You have the right to file a response (form TH-120, copy attached) with the court without paying a fee. If you do not attend the court hearing, the court may make restraining orders against you that will last up to one year.

Your failure to comply with this subpoena is punishable as a contempt of court and will make you liable to You the party on whose behalf this subpoena was issued for a maximum penalty of $50 and all damages sustained as a may obtain legal services by calling the following office: result of legal services office): (Name of localyour failure to comply.
(Address and telephone No.):

Witness, Honorable Court in County,
TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER

, one of the Justices of the day of , 20

Denied Not requested Granted as follows: THE COURT FINDS 1. Before the court can hold a hearing on the petition, great and irreparable harm would result to (Attorney must sign above and type name below) a. b. c. d. program operator program employees or their property other program participants or their property Attorney(s) persons living within 100 feet of the program site or their property.

for

2. Participant a. b. has not been under contract with the program for more than six months (date of contract): has been under contract with the program for more than six months, but Office and P.O. Address (1) a restraining order is in effect and subject to further orders. (2) an action is pending against participant.

NOTICE TO PARTICIPANT: Violation of this temporary restraining order is a misdemeanor, punishable by a $1,000 fine, Telephone No.: six months in jail, or both. This order shall be enforced by all law enforcement officers in the State of California.

Facsimile No.:

(Temporary Restraining Order continuedAddress: E-Mail on reverse)
Form Adopted by the Judicial Council of California TH-110 [New July 1, 1992]

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Health and Safety Code, 50585

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER Mobile Tel. No.:
(Transitional Housing Misconduct)

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(THIS IS A COURT ORDER)
PROGRAM OPERATOR: PARTICIPANT: THE COURT FINDS (continued) 3. Notice a. b. c. Participant or his or her attorney was informed of the date, time, and place the petition would be filed. Program operator or his or her attorney made a good-faith effort to inform participant or his or her attorney of the date, time, and place the petition would be filed. For good reasons, program operator is excused from informing participant or his or her attorney of the date, time, and place the petition would be filed. EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER. Good cause exists for extending these orders until the time of the hearing.
CASE NUMBER:

4.

THE COURT ORDERS UNTIL THE TIME OF HEARING Program misconduct. Participant shall not intentionally violate the program rules and regulations so as to interfere 5. substantially with the orderly operation of the program and specifically the rules and regulations on a. drunkenness on the program site (rule No.): unlawful use or sale of controlled substances (drugs) (rule No.): b. theft (rule No.): c. d. arson (rule No.): destruction of property (rule No.): e. violence or threats of violence and harassment (rule No.): f. 6. Do not abuse. Participant shall not attack, strike, batter, or sexually assault, or threaten to attack, strike, batter, or sexually assault a. b. c. program employees program participants persons living within 100 feet of the program site and specifically the following persons (names):

7.

Move from program site. Participant shall immediately move from and must not return to the program site and the dwelling unit assigned to participant (address optional):

and may take participant's personal property needed until the hearing. The court finds participant must be excluded from the program site because of an emergency, and it is necessary to protect another participant, a program employee, or a person living within 100 feet of the program site from imminent serious bodily injury. Stay away. Participant shall stay at least 200 feet away from the following places: Dwelling unit assigned to participant (address optional): a.

8.

b.

Other program site locations (addresses):

The court finds participant must stay away at least 200 feet from the program site because of an emergency, and it is necessary to protect another participant, a program employee, or a person living within 100 feet of the program site from imminent serious bodily injury.

(Temporary Restraining Order continued on next page)
TH-110 [New July 1, 1992]

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER
(Transitional Housing Misconduct)

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(THIS IS A COURT ORDER)
PROGRAM OPERATOR: PARTICIPANT: THE COURT ORDERS (continued) 9. OTHER ORDERS (specify the orders needed to help carry out the orders in items 5-8):
CASE NUMBER:

10. By the close of business on the date of this order, a copy of this order and any proof of service shall be given to the law enforcement agencies listed below as follows: a. b. c. Program operator shall deliver. Program operator's attorney shall deliver. The clerk of the court shall mail. Law enforcement agency

Address

This order is effective when made. The law enforcement agency shall enforce the order immediately upon receipt. It is enforceable anywhere in California by any law enforcement agency that has received the order or is shown a copy of the order. If proof of service on the restrained person has not been received, the law enforcement agency shall advise the restrained person of the terms of the order and then shall enforce it.

Date:
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT

CLERK'S CERTIFICATE OF MAILING I certify that I am not a party to this cause and that a copy of the foregoing was mailed first class, postage prepaid, in a sealed envelope addressed as shown in item 10 and that the foregoing was mailed and this certificate was executed at (place): , California, on (date): CLERK, by , Deputy

TH-110 [New July 1, 1992]

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER
(Transitional Housing Misconduct)

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