If you have recently been accused of domestic violence in Georgia, you may be subject to a restraining order. A restraining order potentially makes it possible for you to continue living your life relatively normally and to avoid jail time. However, it also means that you will need to stay a certain distance away from the person requesting the order for a certain amount of time.
Many people find it difficult to do this because of the emotional feelings they have for that person. However, there is no excuse for not abiding by the terms of the restraining order. The restraining order was likely requested because the person in question felt afraid for their safety and the safety of their loved ones, and you should acknowledge this. Additionally, it is in your own interests to observe the terms of the restraining order. If you do not, you will likely face prison time.