My girlfriend beat me up leaving many deep gouges and bruisesand she ended up with a bruised elbow from falling trying to shove me. She called the police she said in which two days ago she said was going to call the police when she put a hole in wall and door with a 9 iron and well as hipchecked the door ripping the frame in half detached from the wall when I was inside.
I left after waiting 30 minutes for police and sure enough they did show up and she talks to them lies and files a restraining order. Being the victim I also filed one but it was 1 day after she did because I worked from 6 to 6 the day before. The judge grants both orders. Both of us put 117 asbury way because were both on the lease. So we now have conflicting restraining orders. I talked to the lady behind the DV desk and she said you could file a motion for modification of temporary injunction. So i explained to a different judge because the delray courthouse was closed friday how up until i was served I was living on my own for 4 days in the house and currently im homeless living in my car while she has stayed at her new bfs house and has a place to sleep and shower he granted the motion.
This sounds like a huge mess. You will need to file a motion regarding her order to get modified if you believe that she has somewhere else to live as the judge isn't going to make you homeless to stay away if she's living elsewhere. But the judge likely had/has no clue what the story was.
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