29 July 2008

The Fallacy Of Protective Orders

Protective orders have long been a problem. They are a piece of paper that does nothing to protect the person asking for or needing protection. Case after case occurs each month where one party decides to attack the person with the protective order.

But, of course, if the person who fears had a firearm, many of those situations might be averted.

Now comes evidence that protective orders are being misused, in order for one party to jockey for position against the other party.

So, either they are worthless and do not protect life, or they are a bargaining chip.


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