You can file a petition for injunction for protection against domestic violence. If you lived together and he beat you up, you should be able to prevail - especially if you are fearful that you will be the victim again as soon as he is released.
You can go to the courthouse and they will be able to give you the injunction paperwork to fill out. There is no charge to file it.
Best of luck to you.
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I agree with Attorney Augen. File for an injunction.
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Have you made yourself part of the VINE network? If you have not, you need to. You can learn more by going to the Florida Department of Corrections website. Was no victim contact part of the sentence? He will probably be on probation for a few years, and it might be a good idea to ask the victim advocate at the local state attorney's office some of these questions.
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