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    Use of No-Contact Orders in Sexual Misconduct Cases

    No-contact or “stay-away” orders are commonly used by colleges as an interim measure to protect victims upon the report of a sexual assault. These orders may also be used as an ongoing remedy after adjudication of such allegations. While no-contact orders can be a useful interim measure and effective as a deterrent for retaliation, they can also be problematic and create confusion if they are unclear.

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