An order of removal or protection is established as the penalty of “prohibition of approach or communication with the victim or those of their family members determined by the judge.” This deprivation prevents, to whom it has been imposed, approaching the place where the victim is located at a certain distance that the judge imposes, considering the circumstances of the case.
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