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Throwaway for obvious reasons. My vengeful ex issued an order of protection against me and I want to know if it is something I have to report in my med school applications under two possible scenarios: a. it was issued but it expired before I send in my primary, or b. it was issued but it didn't expire until after I send in my applications entirely. Also what does this do to my odds.
 

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Order of protection is a civil order of behavior. I believe it is only the violation of such an order can you be charged witb a criminal offense. Therefore, it does not have to be reported unless you were criminally charged in violating the order
 
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