In an article that appeared in The Davis Vanguard, obtaining a temporary protective order, in New York Courts, may have gotten a little harder. The NY case concerned a protective order that led to the homelessness of a mother and separation of the mother from her children. Worth a read. Please see the link to the full article below.
The article notes, in part, that:
NY Court Ruling Allows Defendants to Appeal ‘Unjust and Unnecessary’ Protective Orders, The Davis Vanguard (June 30, 2021).
“This ruling is a first of its kind in New York and will allow defendants to appeal ‘unjust and unnecessary’ protective orders. The decision is the result of the legal advocacy of Bronx resident Crawford, who was left homeless and separated from her children for three months as a result of a temporary protective order in which the case against her was ultimately dismissed.”
The full article may be found at: NY Court Ruling Allows Defendants to Appeal ‘Unjust and Unnecessary’ Protective Orders | Davis Vanguard.
We suspect, after this holding, that courts in New York shall more fully scrutinize applications for protective orders. For a consultation with an attorney please schedule a call with an attorney.
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