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Protective order reversed because alleged acts weren’t listed in complaint (access required)

Domestic violence victims petitioning for a protective order will need to include any alleged acts of domestic violence in writing in their complaints, or else lose the right to introduce them as evidence, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled in a case of first impression. Erin Martin filed a motion for a domestic violence ...

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