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Wednesday, August 22, 2012
By contrast, south of the border, if a person has been assaulted or threatened that involved the police, they go to the court house and request a restraining order. It is a simple process, with a standardized distance that the person cannot come near the applicant. It is immediate once the person is served; and the legal protection is in place. IMO this would be a good change for the legal system in NS. —Bluenoser
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