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the guy is an f in blockhead..no respect for him.OSU star who had a nice life given to him and he f ed it iup. I wish I had that kind of set up in my life.These dumbass entitled ex athletes think they are immune to what us common folk endure..Maybe its entitlement as a young person.ask mo c.. but ur out there long enough in life to know right from wrong..no pity for dumbasses.none was given to me or you who lives life,
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north till ya smell it, west till ya step in it.
Jeeze, how to you people know so much about the county jail?
To answer the many questions, a protection order is sort of like a restraining order, but you need to be in a relationship with the opposing party. A plaintiff in a case (normally a divorce) can get one against a defendant, where the plaintiff needs "protection" from the defendant.
In Ohio, there are two types of civil protective orders: the Domestic Violence Protection Order and the Stalking or Sexually Oriented Offense Protection Order.
It's not unusual for women to get these against their husbands during a divorce. It's a really low bar, so I wouldn't read too much into this, although it's stupid to go near your former wife when she has a protection order. You're asking to be arrested if you do, and you lose a lot of leverage in court.
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