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A DVPN can be imposed provisionally by the police and then goes to court where they will make an application for it to remain in place. The police do not require your consent to impose the order or to seek its extension.
You can attend court to show that you oppose the order if you wish.
If the court makes the full DVPO, then it can run for between 14-28 days.
The court may not hear from you if you go there, but the police cannot stop you attending the court.
If you attend the court and sit in the public area then you can let the court Clark know you are there and want the magistrates know that you object at police have not looked at all the evidence.
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