Q: My ex's brother is clinically insane, obsessed with me (cause he finds me a threat) and threatens to ruin my life by con
My ex's brother is clinically insane, obsessed with me (cause he finds me a threat) and threatens to ruin my life by contacting my work, landlord, other ex's, etc.
The most recent incident resulted in the brother being flown back to the mainland with his parents.
I live on an island in Hawaii. I told my ex I will take full legal action (against him as well if need be) to prevent his brother from returning to this island as I no longer feel comfortable living on the same island as him.
There is a ton of very detailed context. But I feel like I've already outed myself enough with this level of detail.
But if I have video and text records of the brother being threatening and violent over the past year or 2...is it possible to bar him from this one island in Hawaii?
A: Note that I am not an Hawaii attorney. Based on your narrative, it sounds like you likely have grounds for a protection order (assuming HI has anti-stalking protection orders). However, barring your stalker from an island is going to depend on facts that you have not shared. In Ohio, for example, protection orders limit a respondent to anywhere outside of 500 ft of the petitioner. So, if the island is substantially more than 250,000 sq. ft. (like Oahu, Maui, or especially the big island), it is unlikely you can bar him from the entire island.
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