one more question, regarding my brother in laws. i am right now staying by father's home, my son and my older brother saw him in my house, even though i had a straining order against him. however, he avoided getting the order by saying he went out of the country. this week is the court date. what is my option here. i am planning to see an attorney very soon. however about this subject i like to get your opinion.
in the restraining order which i have filled out almost 3 weeks ago, i put the name of all my children and myself so these two brothers would not come close to 100 yards to us.
when last night my brother went to pick up my clothing from my house, he noticed that one of the brothers entered the house. then my son called my cell phone to see how i am doing and my brother told him that in the restraing order that has filled out by my wife, i should not have no contact with the kids till april 6 2012. my brother asked him if one of the broters is in the house. he said yes. and he asked him what is he doing. he said that he is telling my wife that he should go and take x-ray. my question is in this situation has he violated the restraing order by coming to my house and have entered into 100 yards to my children. my children were all at home last night. and if he has violated, does it make a differnce if avoided recieving the order. i have hearing for this order very soon and i have strong evidence showing his harrasement and the conspiracy that he had against me and my children. please advise
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