Greensburg, PA asked in Family Law, Domestic Violence and Sexual Harassment for Pennsylvania

Q: I was charged with harrassment on Christmas Eve. 3 days later i got 2 friends request. New years she files a PFA

Shes tring to ruin my life. 8 months ago I walked off my job because we worked together and she told me she wanted to screw my supervisor. Haven't found employment yet and then she contacts me after filing harassment charges and now files a pfa. I'm losing everything because of her and shes got it made with a good job. Shes got proof of me thretining her because I'm so mad about losing everything its come to this. All I have proof of is the friends request. I have no job losing everything and no money to get represented. And she marked down I should pay for her repersenter ?

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Peter Christopher Lomtevas
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  • Domestic Violence Lawyer
  • Schenectady, NY
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: There is no question here.

We agree that government has established systems to set Americans against each other. Domestic violence law is one such mechanism. Here, we see an unintended effect of this law: the use of protective orders as a sword rather than as a shield.

The asker must retain counsel. There is nothing more to say.

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