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Article - Family Law




§4–508.

    (a)    An interim protective order, temporary protective order, and final protective order issued under this subtitle shall state that a violation of the order may result in:

        (1)    criminal prosecution; and

        (2)    imprisonment or fine or both.

    (b)    A temporary protective order and final protective order issued under this subtitle shall state that a violation of the order may result in a finding of contempt.