Texas Family Code - FAM § 85.002. Exception for Violation of Expired Protective Order

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If the court finds that a respondent violated a protective order by committing an act prohibited by the order as provided by Section 85.022 , that the order was in effect at the time of the violation, and that the order has expired after the date that the violation occurred, the court, without the necessity of making the findings described by Section 85.001(a) , shall render a protective order as provided by Section 85.022 applying only to the respondent and may render a protective order as provided by Section 85.021 .

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