Massachusetts  |  Criminal Law

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Asked on: 6/30/09, 8:41 am

stay away order

I was a victim in an assult case in MA. The other party was found guilty and placed on probation. He was ordered to stay away from my property. He is constantly coming on my right of way, which is also part of an additional piece of property which I recently purchased. Therefore, it's not just my deeded right of way, but also now the entire land is mine due to purchasing the other property as well. My question is, is that considered a violation of the stay away order? The order states to stay away from my property. I have all ''violations'' on video from my security camera. Can he be held in violation of the order?

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