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Old 05-22-2011, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by David LaPell View Post
The order of protection was useless, as all are. One of the most common things I see people going to jail for is criminal contempt, which is violating an order of protection. I would guess at least two or three people a week get brought in for that. Again, they are a useless piece of paper.
Obviously not completely useless - you have seen people going to jail for violating them. Just not all that helpful to the potential victim, and a likely distraction from more important things like Greyhounds or Smith and Wessons.
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