Starting immediately, domestic violence complaints in New Jersey may be filed electronically, and temporary restraining orders obtained, on nights and weekends, when the courts are closed.
The state Supreme Court announced Monday the statewide expansion of a pilot program known as E-TRO, which began in 2002 and is used in 38 municipalities. See notice to the bar and order.
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