By Anonymous - 11/11/2018 05:00
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Keep standing 999 yards away from her, so she has to constantly avoid violating it, until she gets the point.
Only if the restraining order is mutual. If it's only on her, it's solely her responsibility to keep away from him. In theory, at least. If you flat-out harassed someone after getting a restraining order, e.g., by cornering the person, then the judge probably wouldn't look too kindly on the hijinks.
That's genuinely scary. If you don't own a gun, consider one.
A vigilante should make her feel very unwelcome. Anyone who threatens children more than deserves it. Her moving so close is a perpetual threat in its own. If I lived in your city I'd help.
So if you walk more than 12m down your own road she has to leave her house?
Yes. By law she can own and reside in the property, but must be notified EVERY (hint hint) time she is in violation of the restraining order. To include; passing on the street, at the mail box ( if within the restraining order limits), going to a neighbor's house, ect. Which if done properly, while notifying law enforcement and having evidence of both the transgression and their knowledge of said transgression, will put them in jail by Christmas. ;)
Go to court and explain to a judge what she did! She made a mockery of the court order and no judge will put up with that!