Typically in cases like this the Prosecutor's office will petition the judge for a restraining order that is to remain in effect till the case is prosecuted and a verdict is reached at which point the accused is either convicted and sentenced, or acquitted and the restraining order becomes null and void.
It seems to me either someone has dropped the ball on this one or your jurisdiction does not allow for this kind of restraining order, probably due to a stricter interpretation of the "innocence till proven guilty" clause in the constitution.
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