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hello i can help you here. has this person been in trouble with the police before.other then your restraining order?
Just out of interest, why are you involved in this? Just thinking of your safety.
Ok. Don't get involved in this. I have seen too many men end up in trouble because they are sorting out their partner's problems.
The short answer is that he can keep trying to remove it and he probably will.
Restraining orders consequent upon acquittals are obviously controversial.
The truth is that it wouldn't really matter whether or not she was informed. It is not a decision that would be affected by her views.
In the long run it probably will be removed.
It really doesn't add all that much to the existing law. If he behaves in a harassing way then the law of harassment does no less than a restraining order would.
Can I clarify anything for you?
No, not normal at all. Probably what would have happened is that he applied to the Crown Court and was told he had to go to the Magistrates as they issued it to be told that they did not.
They don't always notify of an application to remove. Sometimes they don't get notification.
It is because there was an appeal and they will be unable to agree who issued the restraining order.
The answer is plainly the Crown Court but they will take a while to work that out.