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Some Inconvenient Facts to Consider before You Apply for a Restraining Order

December 21, 2015

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Restraining orders are urgently encouraged by many, including the police. They reward impulse and can be procured in moments. Everyone may goad you to act, including friends and family, which can exert a coercive influence on your decision. This is what they don’t know and you won’t be told. Application for a restraining order may […]

The Words Get in the Way: Reconceiving Arguments against Restraining Order Fraud

October 13, 2015

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Traffickers of this blog will sometimes advise that complainants of abuse of so-called “protective orders” consider “the bigger picture.” They feel the matter is less about personal loss than about statutory and procedural derelictions (bad law and judicial bias, carelessness, and tyranny). They emphasize principle over individual privation. For some, the bigger picture that’s stressed […]