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Man charged with battery after altercation at Florida restaurant

Some people have bad days in which any little inconvenience could set them off. Unfortunately, if this happens and a person reacts aggressively, it is possible for criminal charges for assault or battery to result. These allegations can come with steep penalties if a conviction takes place, so an accused person may want to prepare accordingly.

Is it possible to dispute a restraining order?

Restraining orders can be very serious and are usually not requested unless there is a reasonable purpose to do so.  But many times, restraining orders are not based on facts and could be traced to unfounded paranoia that may never come to fruition.  If someone has made up false allegations against you to obtain a protection order, it may just be used as a tactic to swerve opinion or move control of a situation to the person filing the complaint. The good news, you can dispute it.

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