209A order against the defendant

Uliano v. Tartarian, 10-P-1980
October 25, 2011

After a seven month dating relationship and two incidents of physical violence, the plaintiff obtained a 209A order against the defendant. The defendant subsequently broke into plaintiff’s home and was incarcerated for violation of the restraining order. Thereafter, the defendant was present at the hearing and the restraining order was extended. Contrary to the defendant’s position, the record supported the judge’s determination that the plaintiff’s fear was reasonable and his due process claim failed.

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