Under CCP 527.6(j)(1), the determination whether to modify or terminate a civil harassment restraining order is committed to “the discretion of the court.” That discretion includes, but is not limited to, the three grounds for modifying ordinary injunctions set forth in section 533. A trial court has the discretion to modify a restraining order when, after considering the relevant evidence presented, it determines there is no reasonable probability of future harassment. This discretion extends to modifying a specific term in a restraining order that deals with a particular threat of future harm when that threat no longer exists. Thus, the court may eliminate or relax one restriction in the restraining order while leaving the remaining restrictions in place. The restrained party seeking modification on the ground that there is no longer a reasonable probability of a future harm has the burden of proving this ground by a preponderance of the evidence.