Can a person who has put a temporary restraining order against you then violate the order themselves?

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Can a person who has put a temporary restraining order against you then violate the order themselves?

My wife put a TRO on me and then was seen parked next door to where I live.

Asked on May 28, 2012 under Family Law, Ohio

Answers:

Michael Gainer / Michael J. Gainer, Attorney At Law

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

This happens often.  The important thing to remember is that the order applies to YOU - so read it carefully and do not violate it!  Alleged victims will sometimes even want to talk or meet with you to discuss issues, even though this violates the order.  Sometimes this is even done intentionally to get the other person started down a terrible path of defending themselves.  DON'T VIOLATE THE ORDER.

 


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