Restraining order questions.

Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by Degenerate Escapist, Aug 27, 2013.

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  1. Degenerate Escapist

    Degenerate Escapist Well-Known Member

    So I may be getting a restraining filed against me for a statement I made in a text:

    "Now at this point, if you hurt my friends or take any more of their shit, I will kill you. I will hunt you down to the end of my days. You may think you're safe, but I will hire people to find you. I trusted you, even though I knew you lied or used me. You are taking advantage of the only people in the world willing to help you. Who can help you."

    "It was an irrational, heated statement, but I am not trying to in any way be aggressive to you or anyone else. I am just worried about Tim and Allison. Understand that. I care about them more than anyone else."

    Those were two texts I sent, which could be used out of context.

    If it goes through, can they force me to leave a place I was invited to?
  2. pickwithaustin

    pickwithaustin Staff Alumni

    Generally, a restraining order limits you (restricts) from coming within a certain distance of the person who files the order. If you're invited somewhere and they are present, you cannot be there or you risk arrest.
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