However, an ex parte temporary injunction granted under subparagraph (2)(c)2.is effective for 15 days following the date the respondent is released from incarceration.When it appears to the court that an immediate and present danger of violence exists, the court may grant a temporary injunction which may be granted in an ex parte hearing, pending a full hearing, and may grant such relief as the court deems proper, including an injunction enjoining the respondent from committing any acts of violence. 90.204, in a hearing ex parte for the purpose of obtaining such temporary injunction, no evidence other than the verified pleading or affidavit shall be used as evidence, unless the respondent appears at the hearing or has received reasonable notice of the hearing.Any such ex parte temporary injunction shall be effective for a fixed period not to exceed 15 days.Notwithstanding any other law, the clerk of the court may not assess a fee for filing a petition for protection against repeat violence, sexual violence, or dating violence.However, subject to legislative appropriation, the clerk of the court may, each quarter, submit to the Office of the State Courts Administrator a certified request for reimbursement for petitions for protection issued by the court under this section at the rate of per petition.The request for reimbursement shall be submitted in the form and manner prescribed by the Office of the State Courts Administrator.From this reimbursement, the clerk shall pay the law enforcement agency serving the injunction the fee requested by the law enforcement agency; however, this fee may not exceed .
Petitioner seeks: an immediate injunction against the respondent, enjoining him or her from committing any further acts of violence; an injunction enjoining the respondent from committing any further acts of violence; and an injunction providing any terms the court deems necessary for the protection of the petitioner and the petitioner’s immediate family, including any injunctions or directives to law enforcement agencies.
The existence of such a relationship shall be determined based on the consideration of the following factors: The frequency and type of interaction between the persons involved in the relationship must have included that the persons have been involved over time and on a continuous basis during the course of the relationship.
There is created a cause of action for an injunction for protection in cases of repeat violence, there is created a separate cause of action for an injunction for protection in cases of dating violence, and there is created a separate cause of action for an injunction for protection in cases of sexual violence.
Criminal sexual conduct in the first degree involves sexual penetration (intercourse, oral or anal sex, or digital penetration, however slight) with any child under the age of 13 or a child between the ages of 13 and 16 when the adult is: (Mich.
§ 750.520e (2017).) Child enticement is a felony and can result in up to four years in prison and a fine of as much as ,000. For example, a 17-year-old who engages in consensual petting with a 14-year-old could not be prosecuted for a crime.