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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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There is another important question: How many women protected by restraining orders have died in the past year, victims of the very domestic violence they sought protection against?
([sections].) Questions on medical care and restraining orders were revised during 1996-1997 for clarification.
Restraining orders are generally given for a period of 3 months.
Reeves, 44, from Waterston Road, Gabalfa, admitted stalking and breaching a restraining order.
Smart, of Silksworth Hall Drive, Silksworth, Sunderland, was told the indefinite restraining order will remain in place when he is released from his 39 months sentence.
Hughes had been previously convicted in 2014 of three charges of breaching the restraining order.
However, less than a week later, their relationship apparently got seriously tested after she learned that he received two restraining orders from his exes.
| Deighton man Justin James Luke Riley has been jailed for breach of a restraining order after contacting his former girlfriend on Facebook However she quickly regretted resuming the relationship and during the week of February 15 told Riley it was over between them and that he was no longer welcome at her home.
District Judge Mike Menahan has issued the preliminary injunction, which is the continuation of the restraining order after an evidential hearing that further stops him from involving in securities business activities in the state of Montana.
The restraining order was granted this week and Del Villar must stay away from Gosling, partner Eva Mendes and their three-month-old daughter Esmeralda.
He was jailed for 20 weeks, suspended for 12 months, with 100 hours' unpaid work and activity and supervision requirements, and a restraining order, and told to pay PS200 compensation, an PS80 surcharge and PS320 costs.
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