restraining order


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restraining order

See temporary restraining order.
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However, to the person who has no respect for the order of the court or the rule of law, the person most likely to kill an estranged spouse or lover, the restraining order is "just a piece of paper" - a catalyst, perhaps, to commit the ultimate violent act against someone that person once loved and cherished.
The Court ruled, however, that neither the restraining order's language nor a Colorado statute that requires that restraining orders be enforced when certain specified conditions are met made enforcement of this protective order mandatory.
Because 38.7% of women who received medical care for IPV had not received police or restraining order assistance, medical practitioners may be a critical source of support and intervention to many women.
The remaining portion of the original restraining order granted in late December 1997 also stated that Lynns Concepts was "restrained and enjoined frommarketing, distributing, advertising, selling or offering for sale the following: the Concentrix brand dinner and salad plates in the colors Saffron, Dusty Rose, Marine or Sea Mist."
You will need a lawyer to help you get a restraining order. If you do not have a lawyer, you may look in the white pages of the telephone book for the Lawyer Referral Service in your city.
By visiting the psychic shop in Cornwall, Meadwell also breached the restraining order as he was banned from entering the county where Wimbury lived.
A STALKER caused his former partner to live in fear by repeatedly flouting a restraining order made after he punched her in the head.
Now remorseless 28-year-old Smart, who has previous for attacking the same woman, has been jailed for 39 months after he admitted inflicting GBH and breaching a restraining order.
ACOUPLE involved in a historic dispute with their next-door neighbours could be jailed after being convicted of breaching a restraining order.
Carl David Hayes, 28, formerly of Bretton, Flintshire, but now of no fixed abode, admitted breaching the restraining order on October 10.
According to the publication, Glennon's ex-girlfriend, whom he dated for three years, requested for a domestic violence restraining order against him.