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Lifetime Injunctions

Lifetime No-Contact Injunction - Kayleigh's Law

For the safety of victims, the Arizona State Legislature has established Kayleigh's Law (SB 1653). Kayleigh's Law allows for certain crime victims to request a lifetime injunction against the person that caused the harm. Below you will find both forms for requesting a lifetime injunction and frequently asked questions about this law.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a lifetime injunction?

What is a lifetime no-contact injunction?

A lifetime no-contact injunction allows survivors of a dangerous, serious, or felony offense to request that the person who committed the violent act never contact them again, for the rest of their life.