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Hillsborough County Restraining Order Violation ?
Laws that are unfair to Men!
These current Hillsborough County Restraining Order Laws allow a Woman to claim fear, and easily obtain a restraining order. Yet she can contact you as much as she likes with her restraining order in place. But if you contact her, she can have you arrested whenever she chooses. It is the hope of this Blog to make the Taxpayers of Hillsborough County Florida aware of how easy it is for a Woman to trick a Man who Loves and trusts her, into a Criminal Restraining Order Violation.
Some Women in Hillsborough County will go get a restraining order to "win" a simple, non violent, non threatening, verbal disagreement. Then, after a restraining order is granted by the well meaning court system, the woman comes crying back to the Man, saying she made a mistake, begging and pleading for forgiveness. The Man, totally in Love with his wife, or girlfriend, believes the woman when she tells him the restraining order is "just a piece of paper", and "no one will know".
They both carry on their relationship, until the woman decides to have him arrested!
In fact, just 3 or more nice "I Love You" type phone messages a woman might save can qualify you for Felony Aggravated Stalking Charges!
When the Police arrive at your home to arrest you, it matters not that you also have many phone messages from her! You can even show the Police her underwear she left last night at your house, and they don't care!
People, something is very wrong with these current Hillsborough County Restraining Order Laws.
Yes, there are bad people who hurt women, and these people need to be put away.
But to arrest someone for merely carrying on a relationship with a woman with a restraining order against him, who tricked him into trusting her is just plain wrong, and IMHO makes a mockery of justice.
Here, caught on videotape, on the mean streets of Tampa, Florida, is a Hillsborough County Restraining Order Violation ?
This Cat was court ordered to have no contact with his ex, and to not come within 500 feet of her, or face jail time for a Hillsborough County Restraining Order Violation!
An Arrest Warrant was issued by the Hillsborough County States Attorneys Office for the Male Cat.
So far, it has managed to avoid arrest and capture.
Hillsborough County Sheriffs Deputys have been checking Animal Shelters, and have circulated a Flyer offering a 5000.00 reward to all the Tree Guys in Hillsborough County, Florida for information leading to the arrest and capture of this Criminal Cat.
If you see this restraining order violating cat, do not try to capture it yourself!
It must be considered "armed and dangerous"
Call the Tampa Police, or HCSO at once!
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Nor is it intended to initiate any third party contact on behalf of any poster or author, or violate a current restraining order in any way. If you feel there is anything on our Restraining Order Blog that is slanderous, untrue, or illegal, please bring it to our attention. Our Restraining Order Blog Legal Staff will examine your request promptly, and any post you find offensive will be reviewed and possibly removed in a timely mannner