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The mere finding of a predicate act of domestic violence, standing alone, is insufficient to support the issuance of an FRO

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June 9, 2013 at 11:05 am


Law Lessons from C.K. VS. T.K., App. Div., A-3918-11T4, May 9, 2013:

The mere finding of a predicate act of domestic violence, standing alone, is insufficient to support the issuance of an FRO. Kamen v. Egan, 322 N.J. Super. 222, 227 (App. Div. 1999). An FRO should only issue after “an evaluation of the factors set forth in N.J.S.A. 2C:25-29(a)(1) to -29(a)(6), [and] to protect the victim from an immediate danger or to prevent further abuse.” Silver, supra, 387 N.J. Super. at 127.



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