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If the Sheriff's Office is unable to serve a copy on the Respondent prior to the hearing date, you still must attend the hearing.
You are required to appear at the hearing to give testimony, under oath, regarding the exact circumstances of the violence against you.
If the Respondent is not arrested, you may return to the Clerk's Office for assistance in the preparation of an Affidavit of Violation of Injunction.
For further information please contact our office at (352)540-6336 or visit us in Room 246.
You will be provided a copy of the Order in which the judge renders his ruling from this hearing; this Order should be kept with you at all times.
If the Respondent violates any conditions of the Temporary or Permanent Injunction, you should first consider requesting the immediate assistance of local law enforcement.
The number of deputies needed at a particular call and the urgency of the call also factor into play.