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Old September 26, 2021, 11:23 PM   #11
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So the protective order part of 18 US Code 922 only kicks in after the
accused has been afforded an opportunity to defend him/herself, . . .
- IF - that's the case (TBD when the legal rubber first actually hits the road) ,
I don't think I have a problem with the NDAA language.

OTOH: Do legal remedies remain for the (wife/partner/husband/child) in exigent circumstances,
where the party has either committed or threatened such egregious acts as to to put life in
reasonable expectation of harm, . . . that immediate ex parte action still can be taken ?

Would that we had the wisdom of Solomon then....

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