Jailing Owen, Judge Peter Heywood said: "You have continuously breached restraining
orders in the past.
Section 12 of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004 (DVCVA 2004) came into force on September 30, 2009, enabling courts to impose a restraining
order in a much wider range of circumstances.
She added: "I would offer no evidence in respect of the offence before the court today in respect of the restraining
order being imposed."
Reports suggest that Ford was booked for criminal trespass and violating a restraining
He had admitted eight breaches of the restraining
order, common assault and driving while disqualified.
order was made to protect Mrs Raggett, but during it "you injured her by headbutting her," he said.
Egan was interviewed by the police and admitted knowingly breaching the restraining
According to the publication, Glennon's ex-girlfriend, whom he dated for three years, requested for a domestic violence restraining
order against him.
But she was fearful of appearing in court and agreed to a restraining
order to avoid the ordeal.
Leeds Crown Court heard Justin James Riley was given a community order and made the subject of the restraining
order on October 15 by magistrates for offences of battery and harassment on Charlotte Hutchinson and harassment of a previous partner.
Matthew Mayes, 39, was made subject to a restraining
order at a hearing at Macclesfield Magistrates court on November 20, 2014.
And Jolyon Perks, prosecuting, told how she had applied for a number of restraining
orders to keep her son away from her.
The temporary restraining
order was signed by Judge Bob Downing, and requires the Veolia Environmental Services Incinerator to cease and desist any transport of the incinerator ash from the treated Ebola contaminated waste in Texas to the State of Louisiana, according to a press release from the Louisiana Attorney General's Office spokesperson Laura Gerdes Colligan.
Where the circuit court twice adjourned a hearing on issuance of a restraining
order, the court lost competency to proceed.
Richard Blumenthal that would prevent subjects of temporary restraining
orders from purchasing or possessing firearms.