The Legislature recently passed a bill designed to offer more protection to victims of domestic violence. Governor Malloy is expected to sign the bill. Here are the key provisions: 1. An arrest is mandatory for dating violence. Currently, the police have discretion as to whether those in a “dating” relationship should be arrested. 2. Those…

Temporary Restraining Orders in Connecticut are heard in the Family Court. Here’s how they work: The person requesting the Restraining Order in Connecticut (Applicant) must file an Application (found online and at all Clerk’s Offices) along with an Affidavit. The Affidavit must set forth the specific reasons as to why the Applicant needs protection. For example,…

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