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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 court found that the proposed protective order contained excessively restrictive provisions, including those that prohibited contact with anyone who had consulted with a competitor in the previous two years; prevented the plaintiffs from seeing the protected materials; and threatened a 10-year jail sentence for violation of the order.
"Therefore, Plaintiffs' Motion for a Protective Order with respect to the subpoena of Mr.
The Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization 2013 provisions allow the Muscogee (Creek) Nation to use its Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction authority to prosecute domestic violence, dating violence and protective order violations as long as all statutory requirements have been met.
Discovery in the case is proceeding, and at issue in Stern's present ruling is Scott Motors' motion for a protective order seeking to shield certain areas of inquiry during its deposition.
We note at the outset that defendant did not challenge plaintiff's notice to produce, which requested the entire claim file without designating any documents or categories of documents therein, on the ground that such request was palpably improper because it was over-broad or sought matter not "material and necessary" for the prosecution of plaintiff's action, and that defendant's motion for a protective order was based upon the assertion that any documents contained in the claim file after the date of commencement were materials protected from discovery.
In the plan, he claimed that protective orders restricting gun possession, like red flag laws, could have prevented the mass shootings in Sutherland Springs and Parkland, Florida.
* Segregate Information about the Informant: Consider segregating all information about the informant in one part of the affidavit, so that if a protective order is granted it will be easier to redact the information.
The Ninth Circuit has addressed an analogous situation, and concluded that had jurisdiction over an appeal from the denial of a protective order in a proceeding under [section] 1782, because the protective order "effectively would have quashed the subpoena." See In re Premises Located at 840 140th Ave.
The jury were not allowed to hear the reasons behind the protective order, or that Michelle thought her life was under threat.
A MAN who stormed into a Kansas factory where he worked and shot 15 people, killing three, had just been served with a protective order that probably triggered the attack, authorities said.
He has previously been charged with assaulting ex-girlfriends and breached a protective order last year.

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