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April 15, 2008



There is no such thing as clear and convincing evidence. That is why so many children and mothers are being killed.


My daughter has a child with an abusive boyfriend. There is a restraining order out but she keeps going to see him anyway. My problem is that she brings the child who is 1 yr old there. The judge has already stated that he is not able to see her because he would not attend domestic violence classes. I am the grandparent. What should I do?

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