If your relationship to the abuser does not allow you to file a petition in Family Court you must seek relief in the Criminal Court. The procedure for obtaining an order of protection in Criminal Court is completely different than in Family Court. 114 more words
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In order to receive an order of protection from the Family Court the abuser must either be someone you are married to or divorced from; the parent of your child(ren); related to you by blood, such as a child, parent or sibling; or someone who you are or have been in an intimate relationship with, regardless of whether you have lived with the abuser or whether the relationship is of a sexual nature. 367 more words
ANSONIA, Conn. (WTNH) — A man and a woman are facing charges after they were fighting in a car, according to Ansonia police.
According to police, on Tuesday around 6:20 p.m., officials received a complaint regarding a man and a woman fighting inside of a vehicle on Wakelee Avenue near the Route 8 exit 19 ramp. 135 more words