MOTHER & CHILD NEEDED ORDER OF PROTECTION
After the Queens County Family Court ordered D.G. to stop “assaulting, stalking, or harassing the petitioner [B.J.] and [their] child,” the guy appealed
And on its review of the case, the Appellate Division, Second Department, thought that the “fair preponderance of the evidence” supported the claims that D.G. had engaged in the “family offenses” of “disorderly conduct, harassment in the first and second degrees, aggravated harassment in the second degree, assault in the third degree, menacing in the third degree, reckless endangerment in the second degree, and stalking in the first and second degrees.”
Given that backdrop, the AD2 thought that the order of protection was “warranted,” and affirmed the underlying determination.
Do you think he found that disturbing?
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