If you are in immediate danger, you may obtain a temporary order for Anti-harassment prior to your full hearing in two weeks. Ask for and fill out the forms for a temporary Anti-harassment order.
Almost without exception, if you file your request early in the day, you will have a determination from the judge on the same day. You may need to explain why you need immediate protection. You must show reasonable proof of unlawful harassment by the respondent and that great or irreparable harm will be the result if the temporary Anti-harassment protection order is not granted. The judge can grant you a temporary order which must be served on the respondent, along with the notice of the hearing for the one year Anti-harassment order.
The temporary order will expire on the date of the hearing for the one year Anti-harassment order. You must attend the full hearing to extend your temporary order for Anti-harassment.