Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Stupidity

If you have a non-molestation injunction against you:
  • Breaching it by telephoning the other party is wrong;

  • Breaching it by telephoning the other party while they are reporting previous breaches to the police is not only wrong but bad timing;

  • Breaching it by telephoning the other party again while they are still reporting previous breaches to the police is just plain stupidity.
That, nevertheless, was what happened in a recent case in Florida. Needless to say, a warrant was issued for the arrest of the man in breach, who was subsequently charged with violation of the injunction.

[Story found on Florida Divorce.]

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