I live in Kentucky. I have an EPO against my husband for domestic abuse. He also has other charges, including driving on suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia- advertisement, and terroristic threatening. He also has separate cases pending for driving on suspended license, harassment 3rd degree, and DUI 3rd offense. He will try to kill me if he is released. How can I make sure that he stays behind bars? An EPO has never stopped him before.
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You should speak with the prosecutor and let them know your concerns.
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He can be ordered to wear an ankle monitor under the EPO/DVO/IPO statutes. You definitely need to tell the Family Court Judge and the prosecutor in the criminal case.
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