injunction

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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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Owen, of Severn Avenue, Barry, initially denied breaching the restraining order but admitted four counts on the day his trial was due to start.
He's been alcohol dependent for a number of years and has had numerous restraining orders taken out against him.
The independent directors consider the restraining order to be unwarranted and damaging and will move as swiftly as possible to seek to have it removed.
A source said: "Sam does not want a restraining order against Lindsay Lohan.
However, to the person who has no respect for the order of the court or the rule of law, the person most likely to kill an estranged spouse or lover, the restraining order is "just a piece of paper" - a catalyst, perhaps, to commit the ultimate violent act against someone that person once loved and cherished.
She asserted that the town where she lived had violated her due process rights because its police department had "an official policy or custom" of not responding to complaints of restraining order violations and the town tolerated the non-enforcement of restraining orders by its police officers.
The Friends actress has successfully begged a court to issue a temporary restraining order against 48-year-old David Hesterbey after he walked into her home and demanded to speak to her.
The Judge lifted the restraining order because the six cited instances had all taken place in 2003 and that no further instances had occurred since Primedia was informed.
She filed a restraining order and began seeking services and support at a local agency for survivors of domestic violence.
requested a temporary restraining order to prevent use of the ads.
l A DASHING soap actor is seeking a restraining order against singer Gloria Estefan's husband Emilio, pictured right, accusing him of threats and unwanted sexual advances.
Dela Cerna brought Misty home and filed a restraining order against the Bradleys and their son, asserting that they had "brainwashed" Misty.
The resulting 250-page document helped the prosecutor convince a judge to issue a temporary restraining order (TRO) and set May 22, 1996, as a date for the hearing.
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.
While New York State Supreme Court Justice Ira Gammerman did not grant a requested Temporary Restraining Order against the city.