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Good evening. Ideally, you would want to be represented by counsel but if not, then you can defend this on your own. In order to issue a restraining order against you, the judge must find that you caused or attempted to cause physical harm, or that you put someone in fear of imminent serious physical harm, or that you caused someone to have sexual relations with you by using force, threat or duress or that you have been constantly harassing this women. If none of these standards are met, the judge should not issue a restraining order against you. You can present evidence and bring any witnesses as well to defend this and show what she is alleging is not supported by a basis.
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