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Domestic Violence Order; Interpersonal Protective Order

Court of Appeals
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Unpublished Case
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After taking the evidence into account, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in concluding that the perpetrator’s behavior established a course of conduct that met the definition of stalking and that, given his arrest for violating the trial court’s IPO, it was not unreasonable to assume that absent court intervention the conduct was likely to continue in the future. Affirmed.

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