You need to stop posting details on a public website and get an attorney to represent you at the restraining order hearing.
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For right now, cease any contact at all with your ex. Wait to see if your ex or his new girlfriend file a petition for a domestic violence restraining order under Family Code section 6220, et. seq. Just wait for right now.
Posting details such as you went to your ex's to "get closure" is an admission of sorts that could be used against you. Mr. Solis' suggestion that you stop posting details is prudent if you were to post another question here. Your ex and his girlfriend have access to this website and can see everything if they want.
Nothing until a case is filed. And by nothing I mean nothing. Do not contact, harass, or drive by the ex's house, even if baited by phone calls or text messages. If a case is filed then retain the services of an attorney because based upon the facts described above you have an excellent opportunity to prevail in the OC with an attorney. If you refuse or fail to retain an attorney, then your chances decrease tremendously because you don't know when to remain silent. I wish you the best.
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