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DVO and EPO
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Jones v. Jones Fayette Circuit Court Glynis was married to Johnathan’s deceased brother. Glynis petitioned for an interpersonal protective order (IPO) against Johnathan. At the hearing, Glynis testified that she and Johnathan had not seen or spoken to each other for several years before her husband’s death. However, thereafter, they checked in on each other...
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Doe v. Ramey After an incident on the bus where Doe, a minor, allegedly put T.L.C., a minor’s hand near Doe’s penis while slapping T.L.C.’s hand, telling him to “slap his meat,” Ramey, T.L.C.’s mother, petitioned for an interpersonal protective order (“IPO”). A temporary IPO was granted. The hearing on the petition took place before...
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Hall v. Smith   Hall petitioned for a protective order on behalf of herself and Hall and Smith’s two minor children, alleging that Hall was once married to Smith; that they have two children in common; that Smith is controlling and manipulative; that Smith has been stalking Hall; that there was physical abuse at the...
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Petrie v. Brackett, et al.   After a physical altercation between Father and Son, wherein Father restrained Son so that Son could not continue hitting him, Mother filed a petition for a protective order for Son. At the hearing, the testimony revealed that Son pushed Father several times and then hit him in the chest....
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Williford v. Williford Husband awoke hearing Wife outside talking on the phone to Wife’s sister, stating that she was going to “go in there and get him in an argument and blow his head off.” Neither Husband nor Wife owned a firearm, but Husband took the threat seriously. Husband woke his three daughters to listen...
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Tipan v. Tipan Petitioner, her mother, and two minor siblings fled their home country to escape alleged abuse perpetuated by Respondent. Petitioner’s minor siblings were placed in her care while her mother sought asylum. Respondent traveled to Kentucky and allegedly began to harass, threaten, and stalk Petitioner and her siblings, after which Petitioner filed a...
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Cottrell v. Cottrell Trial Court entered a DVO against Former Husband after he drove his truck into a house occupied by Former wife and their child in 2015. In 2018, Trial Court granted Former Wife’s motion to extend a Domestic Violence Order against Former Husband for an additional three years. Former Husband was incarcerated for...
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Castle v. Castle Trial Court entered a Domestic Violence Order preventing Step-father from having contact with Wife and two minor step-daughters. The Trial Court marked portions of form AOC-275.3 indicating that a sexual assault had occurred and there was a possibility that it would occur again. Although the Court heard testimony from Wife and one...
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Thurman v. Thurman Trial Court entered a DVO against Father. Nothing in the record of the domestic violence hearing showed that a summons was served on Father. Mother argued the summons was served on Father at his last known address and that Father told Mother he was aware of the date of the hearing. The...
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Clark v. Parrett   Family court entered a DVO against former live in  boyfriend based solely on girlfriend’s petition and without conducting an evidentiary hearing. While boyfriend consented to staying away from girlfriend at the family court hearing, the hearing only lasted only one minute and thirty-three seconds and neither party presented sworn testimony. The boyfriend...
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