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a formal command or admonition

(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity

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Judge Ross did say, though, that if Woods' parents agreed to it the restraining order could be cut short, giving them a chance of a reconciliation.
You may want to ask at least three other important questions of your legislators, those responsible for drafting the laws regulating this potentially lethal process: When the restraining order against the estranged husband was upheld, did the law permit him to retain possession of his guns?
Instead, a hearing was scheduled for January 28 where both parties will testify on Diaz's request for restraining orders against Estefan and his bodyguard.
Sylvia brought the restraining order to prevent Misty from contacting or seeing or being involved with the Bradleys, or vice versa.
With the restraining order granted, personnel from the department's Administrative Services Division copied and prepared over 11,000 pages of documentation.
The policeman who responded to my call told me to get a restraining order but he said that he couldn't help me get one.
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While New York State Supreme Court Justice Ira Gammerman did not grant a requested Temporary Restraining Order against the city.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Headline of release should read: Clear Channel Communications Comments on Temporary Restraining Order Granted in Merger Case by Texas Judge (sted Clear Channel Communications Comments on Temporary Restraining Order Granted by Texas Judge Earlier This Evening).
Prosecutor Emma Atkinson told Teesside Crown Court that McLay was given a two-year restraining order on November 15 2012 after the couple's relationship broke down, and it runs until next month.
A MAN was jailed for 40 weeks after admitting breaching a restraining order.
Taylor Swift has been granted restraining order against Timothy Sweet.
A MUM who was jailed for biting off her partner's testicle has been back in court for breaching her restraining order.
The longstanding restraining order restriction never made sense.