3 thoughts on “Do Orders of Protection Actually Shield Domestic Violence Victims?

  1. Pingback: How Can an Article This Long on the Problems with Restraining Orders NOT Mention Self-defense? | 357 Magnum

  2. 80% of protective orders aren’t sought for protection. These are rather used as a tactic by women in dovorce and custody litigation to WIN Money. Somehow our researcher fails to mention that 80% of the wmen lured into family courts to obtain protective orders aren’t victims of anything, they are rather narcissistic abusers f their families, their children and their husbands, abusing the legal instrument of orders of protection, playing victim at family courts to WIN money from ther spouses. SILVER BULLET. Enough Is Enough!!!

  3. Right and my daughter has one then the judge at a custody hearing altered it to include events and sports they could be in the same place but away from each other. So each time they were in the same room he got closer and closer with the look of you can’t do anything about it. Then it happened he chest butted her and screamed at her with his finger in her chest at a game with lots of people around and the child crying as he grabbed her arm. Sheriff called it unfounded believed the violator and his girlfriend. What’s next????😪

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