We'll help you find the right solution for your needs
Does this sound like your topic?
My ex filed an order of protection against me citing that 1) I trespassed on his property and peered in the window and 2) I wrote a letter saying bad things about him to someone.
1) I was out of town and can prove it with credit card receipts and a witness on the date he says I trespassed. (by the way, I didn't trespass that night or any other night) and 2) what does me writing a letter saying bad things about him have to do with me being a threat or dangerous to him? I'm shocked that judge would even allow this. Since I can prove that I was out of town when I allegedly trespassed/stalked him, can I defend myself?