What Types of Protection Orders can be Issued by Ohio Courts? (Part 5 – Consequences for Violating Protection Orders)

Violating a Protection Order (R.C. 2919.27)

Ohio Revised Code section 2919.27 is the criminal statute dealing with violations of protection orders.  According to the statute:

(A)    No person shall recklessly violate the terms of any of the following:

(1)        A protection order issued or consent agreement approved pursuant to section 2919.26 [DVTPO] or 3113.31 [CPO] of the Revised Code;

(2)        A protection order issued pursuant to section 2151.34 [Juvenile Criminal Protection Order], 2903.213 [CRPO], or 2903.214 [SSOOPO] of the Revised Code;

(3)        A protection order issued by a court of another state.

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