My question involves restraining orders in the State of: NY .
I have an active restraining order against my biological mother, who has bipolar disorder and physically violent tendencies. She had homicidal ideation and intense paranoid delusions about people around her. She has a history of welfare fraud that was never prosecuted for and years of (documented) tax fraud that was reported a few years ago. I was ultimately able to get the final restraining order when she met up with my acquaintance during a stalking attempt, and revealed her desire to "find and kill" me.
The restraining order was given due to the threat and stalking, but does not touch upon her annual (SSN) identity theft that has plagued me for 7 years now. The judge that granted the order asked her to surrender all of my identity documents (ID, SS card), but she played dumb and claimed to have no idea. The most recent identity theft shows that she has a copy of both my ID and SS card, and had opened an insurance policy with it. The insurance representative states that they have both documents on their records, and it dates after the order was granted. She has clearly lied in court and still committing identity theft.
My restraining order does state that she should refrain from identity theft, but I do not know how to proceed with that information. Would her actions constitute identity theft? Is this a violation of the order? How do I stop her? How do I go back to court? What type of lawyer will I need? How much would it cost (approximately) to be represented?