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Girlfriend 1 year addict lies puts restraining rode on me . calls me for groceries kids have no food spent her money on met

Saint Paul, MN |

i tell her i will take her shopping she has 7 and 12 year old daughters i get there and she gets in the car and takes the key out of ignition cop comes out of her house and arrests me order for protection violation . go to court she does not show up fop is dropped . i am talking with her and tell her to take treatment months later she lies and gets another order for protection she does not show up order for protection is dropped . now i am going to court tomorrow for the order for protect violation what should i do from the first one

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I am afraid the history of your case requires a review. This includes the allegations made in support of each requested OFP. Certainly and order for protection can have significant implications.

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Due to the depth of this situation I would strongly advise you to speak to a criminal defense attorney about your case. This does not seem to be a case that will be simply resolved, and speaking to an attorney will likely be very beneficial.

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I agree with both counsel. It sounds like you've got several orders/dropped orders floating around. Counsel would need to review your case to determine your current legal situation in order to best defend you from the OFP hearing currently on your plate.

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