Legal Question in Family Law in Texas

A man gets a restraining order against his wife. Then when trying to resolve there problems he moves in with her and her parents. After a few weeks he gets mad at her and moves out. Calls the Sherif and filles a complaint that she broke the restaining order by calling hem. She is arrested and locked up. What can she do.

Asked on 8/01/12, 9:01 am

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Cynthia Henley Cynthia Henley, Lawyer
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She knew when she received the restraining order that he could not give her permission to break it. They make that very clear. She committing either a crime and / or contempt by violating the order. She needs a lawyer (and to stay the heck away from this guy.)

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Answered on 8/01/12, 1:33 pm

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