Attorney General, John Swallow, fought the motion for a restraining order on the grounds that there is no evidence of harassment against Jenson's family.
Judge Mills does not believe the alleged threats merit an order of protection.
Jenson's defense attorneys asked for an order of no-contact to protect Jenson's family from prosecutors and officials in the Attorney Generals office.
The Attorney General's office said they would not contact Jenson's family or bug their phones. They also say they have never done that anyway.
Jenson's attorneys said Jenson's wife thought their home was "gone through" while she was away. No one explicitly says so, but the implication is that the Attorney General's Office was responsible.
The Attorney General's Office denied involvement in the alleged incident.
Jenson's lawyers said the Attorney General's office has a file there concerning Swallow's involvement with Jenson after Swallow took office.
The Attorney General's Office denies the existence of any such file.
The judge denied the request for an order of protection.