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

TALKING BACK to restraining orders

A loss urged the author of this blog to make use of the forum to ventilate his own experiences more deliberately, which previously he was inhibited from doing by awareness of potential consequences (in particular to the life that’s now gone). It’s hoped these experiences (which he will elaborate further if he’s able to file an appeal) can serve as illustrations of the corruption and corruptibility of court process and of how the abused may exercise their voices in protest against it. Since commenters seemed more forthcoming during the weeks he was absent, the author will remove himself again in the hope that others will take up the slack. The floor is yours.

Members of this blog’s audience 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…

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