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injunction

(ĭn-jŭnk′shŭn) [L. injungere, to fasten, join]
A court order prohibiting an individual from performing some act or demanding that a person begin to perform some act.
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) has specified that the federal firearm prohibition may not be enforced against police officers or active military personnel if their official duties require the possession of the firearm at all times and that the exemption applies only to service weapons (15) Law enforcement employers may be more restrictive than the law requires and many mandate that any employee subject to an order of protection work in a capacity not requiring the possession of a firearm.
Tina reported this latter incident to the county sheriff's office on October 10, but she did not file a criminal complaint because she was scheduled to receive an order of protection in family court the following day.
An order of protection is tantamount to a restraining order in that it prohibits a party from having contact or communication with the petitioning party.
Following the actress' arrest on misdemeanour stalking and harassment charges in April, a judge released her and issued the temporary order of protection for Baldwin.
According to the order of protection filed by the 'Dreamgirls' star, their 10-year relationship began to "deteriorate" in April 2017.
Estella Kaiser, 36, no address list, was charged with violating an order of protection on July 1 in Pana, after having been served notice and acquired information of the order by the circuit court, had direct contact with one of the four protected persons.
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Heller said that an application will be made for the immediate issuance of an arrest warrant for the 26-year-old for her assault on Li and for the issuance of an Order of Protection in favor of Li against Bingle.
The Los Angeles Superior Court granted her an order of protection which will last for three years.
Vice has been charged with residential burglary, theft, possession of a weapon by a felon and violation of an order of protection. Espinosa-Jimenez has been charged with residential burglary and theft.
Supplementary order of protection forest in Forestry Plytnica, including the repair fencing.