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Hi, and Welcome to JustAnswer. Thank you for your question. My name isXXXXX am a licensed, practicing Attorney and would be glad to helpI am sorry that you are being harassed in this way. Some husband's just refuse to accept the fact that they are now divorced and refuse to get on with their lives, especially in your situation where both of you have remarried. Report this again to the police and tell them that he is harassing you, intimidating you, and you feel threatened by him. If the police do not file charges against him, then go to the Office of the District Attorney of your County; Tell that Office what has been happening and that the police refuse to do anything about it. You should also let the District Attorney know that there is a Restraining Order issued by the Court which he does not obey. Simultaneously with the above, file a Petition for Contempt with the Court which issued the Restraining Order. Even though the Order states that he should not go beyond the curb, this business of driving past your house continuosly and videotaping you and your daughter is not only sick, but is potentially dangerous to you and your daughter. At the hearing, ask the Judge to hold him in Contempt of the Court Order and to give him jail time, so that he will learn that there are serious consequences to his conduct. You might even coonsider asking the Judge to Order him to get psychological help.
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