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Civil petitions for intimate-partner restraining orders filed in Anchorage court, 2002-2003Repository:
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http://acrosswalls.org/datasets/
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Version: 1.0
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fiscal year
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200220032004Source: Alaska Judicial Council (2005)
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civil restraining order petitions filed against domestic violence or stalking
299431743479p. 3
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Ex parte order subject to hearing scheduled within 20 days
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Final order lasts up to a year
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staff screened about two-thirds of civil domestic violence cases
cases screened
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filed between Jan. 1, 2002 and mid-Feb. 20046103p. 16
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among screened cases
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cases involving only emergency orders for 72 hours, or medical orders
67pp. 16-17
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cases involving intimate partner domestic violence (not stalking)4642
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calendar year
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2002
2003-mid Feb. 2004
total
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total case filings214824944642p. 18, Table 1
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ex parte petition filed only, petitioner doesn't show for hearing137149286
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cases in which only ex parte proceedings held6237361359
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ex parte order only (petitioner requested ex parte order dissolved, did not request long-term hearing, or case reassigned to superior court judge)
221257478
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ex parte petition denied at ex parte hearing402479881
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cases in which petition doesn't show at scheduled long-term hearing
6337041337
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cases in which long-term hearing held7559051660
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long term order granted5536521205
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long term order denied100114214
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petitioner requested dismissal at long-term hearing102139241
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total case check214824944642
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petitioner did not follow through109312492342p. 21, Table 2
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petitioner did not follow through (share)51%50%50%
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selected cases with scheduled long-term hiring at which on or both parties attended
5015711072
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petitioner female82%79%pp. 28-30
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respondent minority37%41%
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parties married36%41%
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children in household73%69%
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respondent involved in previous domestic violence incident74%64%
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court documented domestic violence history of resspondent58%46%
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court documented domestic violence history between petitioner and respondent
40%
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Alaska Judicial Council (2005). Court Innovations in Domestic Violence Cases.
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