Examples of restraining order in a Sentence
The judge issued a restraining order.
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Connecticut and Indiana were the first states to enact red-flag gun laws, also known as extreme-risk protection order laws or gun violence restraining order laws.
Online court records show someone sought a domestic violence restraining order in 2016 against Chavez-Pina but then did not come to court.
People can find out who requested a gun violence restraining order against them, Ting’s spokeswoman said.
Legislators in California, which enacted a gun violence restraining order law in 2014, are moving to expand it so teachers, school administrators, and co-workers could ask a court to prohibit someone from having or buying a gun.
After Nixon’s White House got a restraining order halting the publication of the papers by the Times, the Post stepped up and started publishing them.
Neither the suit nor the restraining order request included any details about the case.
Latzer said James' criminal history and a 2014 restraining order following a domestic abuse charge should be considered.
That concept enables family members, guardians or police to ask judges to use a new gun violence restraining order to temporarily strip gun rights from people who show warning signs of violence.
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RESTRAINING ORDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of restraining order for English Language Learners
law : a legal order saying that someone is not allowed to go near a particular person
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