The Misuse of Restraining Orders

Here are some of the many reasons why parents are taking out RO’s/AVO’s:

  • To gain an advantage in a divorce;
  • To quickly put a parent out of the house without an eviction or a court mention hearing;
  • To get vengeance;
  • To control or manipulate a parent, or get leverage in some way;
  • To put a parent in jail;
  • To emotionally and psychologically damage the other parent;
  • To get financial support or compensated from social services or a victim’s compensation groups;
  • To misrepresent a parent as being dangerous to officials and or the children;
  • To give the applicant a chance to relocate far away without the other parents consent;
  • To put the accused under financial pressure and place them a situation where they will potentially be homeless and be unable to have the children;
  • To buy them time to manipulate, brainwash and coach the children;
  • To isolate a parent from their child, including extended family;
  • To quickly get custody of the children without a hearing;
  • To stop a parent from modifying custody after the child expresses a desire to live with them;
  • To gain 100% custody for child support purposes;
  • To give them a reason to tell the children that the other parent is so dangerous that they had to get a restraining order to protect themselves;
  • To gain benefits from victim support services like new phone, change locks free of charge;
  • Socially isolate someone;
  • To give the applicant justification to badmouth the other parent all over town. To make them look like the child’s protector and saviour and the best parent, which supports their image of “Parent of the Year”;
  • To keep everything in the house once the other parent is removed;
  • To allow the complainant to get a new boy/girlfriend into the picture, and the other parent out. Continue reading →

The Restraining Order was to be issued after a jury of 12 found me ‘Not Guilty’ of committing any crimes against her and her sister in-law.
However, they say I had breached a Criminal Behavioural Order produced from thin air. Via Some Judges Do Believe In The Presumption Of Inno-cence

Follow me on Twitter @NgoziGodwell.

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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second.
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