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Monthly Archives: June 2020

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Modifying Domestic Violence Injunctions

By Justin Reep |

In Florida, domestic violence restraining orders can be modified or dissolved by either of the parties involved. Doing so, however, can be difficult, so if you were wrongly accused of committing an act of domestic violence, it is important to speak with an experienced Seminole domestic violence lawyer about the legal procedures required when… Read More »

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Electronic Stalking in Domestic Violence Cases

By Justin Reep |

Domestic violence cases can involve a variety of allegations, including everything from actual physical violence to verbal threats. In recent years, however, more and more domestic violence restraining orders are being based on allegations of electronic stalking. The kind of evidence used to demonstrate electronic stalking is wide ranging, including text message exchanges, phone… Read More »

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Ex-Parte Domestic Violence Injunctions

By Justin Reep |

After a person completes and files a domestic violence injunction petition, a judge will be tasked with reviewing the request and any supporting documentation that accompanies it. The next phase of the injunction process will depend largely on whether the judge believes that an immediate and present danger of domestic violence exists in a… Read More »

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Final Domestic Violence Injunctions

By Justin Reep |

After a petitioner has filed a request for a domestic violence restraining order, a Florida judge will decide whether to issue a temporary injunction, also known as an ex-parte order. If a court decides to grant a temporary injunction it will schedule a hearing to determine whether the restraining order should be made “final.”… Read More »

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