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In august of 2011 my ex husband was arrest on violation of an order of protection. when that occurred I was issued a new order not allowing for contact of any kind and the judge in idv court said he was not to see the children which kept him from being able to have his origianl court appointed visitation. In October of 2011 he filed violation charges against me in family court. At this court appearance the new judge gave him back his visitation and forced me to makeup all the time he missed. There were several occasions were the children (ages 7 and 12) refused to go with the father even when dragged out of the house to him. My ex then filed more charges. During our recent court appearance the judge now granted him overnights even though the childrens law guardian and counselors oppose
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