Q: The court placed a restraining order against my boyfriend and I because we're 17 and 34 but he has committed no crime
A: I don't see a question here. However, you are a minor, and if you are living at home, your parents are going to have a say as to who can come to their house. And while I understand that affairs of the heart can cause people to do and say many things, a judge is going to be very skeptical about a 34 year old man who is "romantically" involved with someone half his age. I'm sorry if this is not the answer you hoped for. Good luck to you.
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