I am going through a DCFS case, the last 16 months, return home of my son, having had a mental breakdowm, February of last year from nearly 30 years of abuse and childhood trauma.
I am dealing with harassment and railroading by neighbors, to have me evicted, because my reporting them to the management office where i reside, in retaliation.
Ganging up with other tenants, making up false infractions that haven't been of an occurrence.
In addition, a neighbor, filed a tpo in court, of false infractions, I didnt do, having all my other neighbors involved in her statement, why she was requesting a restraining order, including her daughter, in the statement.
The judge granted both the TPO last month and extended order last Tuesday, but both documents have the address as listed 1756 apt 5 when her apartment number is Apt E.
It's my understanding, the address being incorrect, the restraining order, not a legitimate document, able to be upheld by the court of law, nor authorities ie police officers, given the fact, the address listed on the order itself, doesn't exist.
Your response to this matter, is greatly appreciated.
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Stay away from her.
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Restraining Orders are individual to people and not necessarily places. While places can also be included, the restraining order is designed to separate the protected person and the restrained person. Even if one place may have an incorrect address, the restrained person is still ordered to stay away from the protected person, wherever the protected person may be. The restraining order is still likely valid and it is best to abide by the restraining order to the best of your ability.
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