ZeddsDed Posted October 24, 2017 Author Share Posted October 24, 2017 Supervised means supervised by a third party, not you, and court order means that you don't get a vote. If he violates the protection order again, dial 911 immediately, and don't let him in. Report this violation to your lawyer to learn whether it can be raised in court without penalizing you for not contacting the police.I understand that much, but my counsellor was saying there has been lots of ways that the abuser has tried to sneak contact in through the visits. Waiting around outside when the abused come to pick up children etc.. Eventually it will be court ordered strictly by a judge, yes. But the court date coming up is a review of the EPO. Meaning I go to state what I want to happen. He can either accept or contest which will decide on further court hearings. I did report everything to the police so far, so that's not a concern for me also. Link to comment
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