My question involves civil rights in the State of: NJ.
I've posted in the forums with some help from Mr. Knowitall but I'm hoping that there are others with some experience and advice..
A Restraining Order can restrict all contact - physical, verbal, phone, letters/cards, internet, txt messages (I found one NJ case that said a "call me" sticky note did not rise to a prosecutable event.). It can also preclude you from certain places where the victim might typically go and can otherwise preclude you from getting within a certain proximity of the victim at certain events where the courts deem reasonable that you both should be able to attend. This is typically your children's school and sporting events as you both exercise your joint parental duties and rights. This is also the case when you are picking up your kids when the restraining order does not specify curbside pick-up. You can arrive at the victim's door.
At this point, can the LAW restrict you from having something in plain sight of the
victim?? I'd say lewdness is illegal. Could a shirtless dad pick up his kids at the beach house? Could he bring his girlfriend with him? could he bring two scantily clad strippers one on each arm? Could he show his son a photo of his new stripper girlfriend while the victim looks on? I think lewdness is illegal and the rest is just improper by societal morals. But not illegal./ DOES ANYONE HAVE NJ OR SUPREME COURT CASE LAW THAT TESTED THESE BOUNDRIES IN A RESTRAINING ORDER CONTEMPT CASE????