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Stalking elements not proved in protective order petition (access required)

On reconsideration, the court again denies petitioner’s motion for a protective order because she did not prove that respondent, more than once, placed her “in reasonable fear of death, criminal sexual assault, or bodily injury.” The statutes “The petition was brought pursuant to Code § 16.1-279.1(A): ‘In cases of family abuse … the court may issue a ...