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Heard Files Restraining Order Against Depp Amid Allegations of Domestic Violence

Recently, actor Johnny Depp was hit with a restraining order from estranged wife Amber Heard. Heard filed for divorce in May, with Heard requesting temporary and long-term spousal support, to which Depp has refused. Depp’s lawyers are now questioning if Heard’s allegations of domestic violence are simply a way to ensure a solid financial footing […]

California Restraining Order Violations

Restraining Order Violations and Contempt of Court When a civil court order, such as restraining orders, are violated, this is considered “Contempt of Court.” A violation such as this happens if you intentionally ignore a legal restraining order, also known as a “protective order,” issued by a judge. Under California Penal Code Section 273.6, contempt […]

Restraining Order for Domestic Violence

Issuance of Domestic Violence Restraining Order In order to help prevent domestic violence, judges can issue a Domestic Violence Restraining Order (“DVRO”). If you have been served with a DVRO, formal copies of the restraining order must be delivered to you personally. As part of the copies you’ll receive a form to fill out to […]

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