Coinvicted abuser in denial, believes he can ignore his conviction and has the right to enter property victim has been granted per stipulation to have exclusive use of residence. Same abuser, convicted for not paying restitution. his representing atty has questionable ethics consistently displayed where he also thinks, the judge in family law should ignore. Huh? Question: Isn't there some california law and code that protects victims regardless of written stipulations, exclusive domain, rights, presence, in the main residence? Also, what is the Marsy' law or CA code section that states this as well?
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