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Civil Rights – Protective Order – Jurisdiction – Domestic Relations Exception (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court says that the “domestic relations” exception to federal jurisdiction would not prevent the federal court from hearing a father’s due process claim that he did not receive notice and an opportunity to be heard prior to a Portsmouth JDR Court’s issuance of a protective order to plaintiff’s wife, a practicing ...

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