Can a Criminal Protective Order Cover Non-Victims?

In many criminal cases, judges overreach in trying to protect victims of domestic violence, stalking and criminal threats.  Often such protective people include children and elderly people who were not classified as a victim in the police report, but may have witnessed defendant’s conduct.  Is this prophylactic gesture proper? To read more about this regular practice and its propriety, click on the following link.


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