You need to hire a lawyer to defend you especially if she is falsely accusing you. We handle injunctions and would be more than happy to discuss your case in greater detail. Injunctions hearings are often swearing matches and I wonder how she will do when she knows she may be asked very difficult questions on the stand.
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You need to file an answer to her Petition denying her allegations as well as a Motion to Dismiss. You need to bring any and all evidence that you might have to court. Remember that she has to show that she has reasonable fear of you so if she's made any contact with your since her filing that is relevant and needs to be brought to the court's attention. Most importantly you have an injunction entered against you so any contact may be deemed a criminal violation. I strongly encourage you to seek the advice of an attorney in your area who handles these kinds of cases regularly.Ask a similar question
Having an injunction issues against you can have serious consequences. Injunction hearings are before a judge, who will hear any evidence put forth by both sides and decide whether to issue a permanent injunction. You don't say whether anyone else was present during this argument. You also don't mention whether she has filed criminal charges. Please consult with an attorney, who can review the petition and any evidence and help you in your defense.Ask a similar question