I want a protection order to keep my husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, or other person away from me. Will the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office do this for me?
A victim may contact Snohomish County Protection Order Office at 425-388-3638 to obtain more specific information on how to file for a protection order. You can also find out more about protection orders through the County Clerk's website.

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1. How do I get a restraining order?
2. I want a protection order to keep my husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, or other person away from me. Will the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office do this for me?
3. How do I find out if an offender has been released from jail or prison?
4. I feel that a crime has been committed. How do I press charges? Can I report a crime directly to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office?
5. What is my court date?
6. I am a victim in a criminal case and I want to drop the charges. Can I do that?
7. I was the victim of a crime. Can I get money for what I have lost?
8. I was the victim of a crime, and the defendant was ordered to pay restitution to me. Since then, I have more medical and counseling bills. Will the defendant pay for those too?
9. Why am I not getting my restitution check?
10. How do I collect restitution when I know the defendant is working but isn’t paying?
11. I was the victim of a crime. Can you tell me the name of the defendant and the defendant's next court date?
12. What is the status of my case?
13. Do you have a witness protection program?
14. What kind of counseling services do you provide?
15. Is the prosecutor my attorney?