OUJI-CR 3-25


No person may be convicted for violation of a protective order unless the State has proved beyond a reasonable doubt each and every element of the crime. These elements are:

First, willful;

Second, violation of a protective order;

Third, which had been served on the defendant;

Fourth, while committing the violation, the defendant caused physical injury/impairment to the person protected by the order;

Fifth, without justifiable excuse to cause the injury/impairment.


Statutory Authority: 22 O.S. Supp. 1995, § 60.6.

Notes on Use

This instruction shall be accompanied by the definition of willful in OUJI-CR 4-28.