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    felixsama is offline Junior Member
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    Nullify order?

    California.

    If a person with a restraining order willingly goes out with the restrained party- will that nullify the R.O.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by felixsama View Post
    California.

    If a person with a restraining order willinly goes out with the restrained party- will that nullify the R.O.?

    Perhaps.

    What IS guaranteed, however, is that the person will look like a complete idiot in court the next time they make a complaint.

    (Which they likely will, let's face it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proserpina View Post
    Perhaps.

    What IS guaranteed, however, is that the person will look like a complete idiot in court the next time they make a complaint.

    (Which they likely will, let's face it)
    Actually, the answer is no...

    However, you are correct in saying that the next time they make a complaint, they'll probably be looked at sideways.
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    It doesn't nullify the order, but the party who is subject TO the order is guilty of violation.

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