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It's illegal to point cameras into the private areas of someone's home, such as into their bathroom or bedroom window. There is no law that prevents pointing a camera at areas clearly visible to anyone walking down the street, such as a neighbor's driveway. It all comes down to whether there's a reasonable expectation of privacy, based on what a person on the sidewalk would be able to view.
If the camera points into a bedroom or bathroom, it could violate the restraining order but would also violate state voyeurism laws. If the neighbor is on probation or parole, you may want to reach out to their PO to discuss the problem.
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