Typically you have to have a change of circumstances which usually takes more than a couple days. Here however you may be able to get an ex parte custody order but do this, get an attorney this time. This assumes he goes to jail though. Talk to an attorney regardless. Maybe you have grounds for an appeal but there are time limitations for filing one.Ask a similar question
Motion for new trial may be better. I would be very careful, because good chance you would pay the other sides attorney fees.Ask a similar question
I agree with Mr. Busby that you way want to consider post-judgment remedies like a motion for new trial since your last order is so recent.Ask a similar question
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