You can tell the State what you think you should happen by calling the victim advocate at the prosecutor's office.
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Simple assault is considered a disorderly persons offense. I carries jail time up to 180 days, fines, probation, as well as community service. You should express your concerns with the prosecutor and complete whatever necessary is left for the restraining order. You should already have in place a TRO. Prosecutors do take into account the feelings of the victim after doing their investigatory due diligence on the case, and i assume the prosecutor (i believe Peter Warshaw) will be no different.
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It sounds like this is only a simple assault. He likely will not go to jail only a fine maybe anger management. Speak to the prosecutor. Nicole is a great prosecutor and will tell Judge Foley the problem. But the FRO will prevent him from legally having weapons. If he threatens you call the cops. If he violates the FRO call the cops.