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restraining order

See temporary restraining order.
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Cooper, of Wykeham Close, Redcar, admitted breaching the restraining order again - an offence carrying a maximum sentence of five years - and harassment without violence.
According to the publication, Glennon's ex-girlfriend, whom he dated for three years, requested for a domestic violence restraining order against him.
We aim to further secure the safety and protection of victims of personal violence through the introduction of a stand-alone Personal Violence Restraining Orders Bill, Attorney-General John Elferink said.
He's been alcohol dependent for a number of years and has had numerous restraining orders taken out against him.
The man claim to have never threatened Spears' safety and argued the petition didn't meet the standards for issuing a restraining order.
In November, Kelly filed a restraining order against her estranged husband.
The dissent argued these statutes create an entitlement to have police enforce restraining orders and the fact that police have a range of enforcement options is irrelevant, as the critical point is that "they lacked the discretion to do nothing.
Diaz had petitioned for an immediate restraining order against Estefan but he was denied.
Sylvia brought the restraining order to prevent Misty from contacting or seeing or being involved with the Bradleys, or vice versa.
Recently, there have been two new developments with regard to restraining orders in Alberta.
In response to a growing number of companies selling counterfeit or illegally licensed clothing items bearing the name of fashionable clothing designer and manufacturer Von Dutch Originals (VDO), United States courts have issued the first of several restraining orders.
He had repeatedly terrorised the vulnerable mum regardless of a succession of court restraining orders against him.