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restraining order

See temporary restraining order.
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Anthony David Owen, 38, had already admitted breaching a restraining order against his former partner Jodie Leanne Owen between July 2 and July 30 this year, and breaching a suspended sentence order in relation to an earlier breach of the order.
Appearing in handcuffs after being remanded, he listened on as the point of his restraining order was questioned by a victim.
Section 12 of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004 (DVCVA 2004) came into force on September 30, 2009, enabling courts to impose a restraining order in a much wider range of circumstances.
He was released on July 21 from a 22-week jail term, which he received for flouting his restraining order.
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.
The restraining orders, according to Information Chief Theodore Te during a press conference, were issued by Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno based on the written recommendation of the Member-in-Charge pursuant to Supreme Court Internal Rules.
"He's been alcohol dependent for a number of years and has had numerous restraining orders taken out against him.
A restraining order had been imposed by magistrates in Bristol on October 14 keeping him from contacting her.
In a post hoc analysis, the authors found that restraining orders were nearly 1.8 times more likely to be granted against male vs.
Her father is now in control of her affairs and lawyers for Jamie Spears petitioned for lengthy restraining orders against the men in January, arguing they were conspiring to undermine the conservatorship.