Judge: Alright, if you would please stand up, sir. Alright, sir, based on the evidence and the testimony that I have heard this morning, I find that you have, ah, committed acts of unlawful conduct against the plaintiff in this matter. I am going to order number one that you not visit, assault, molest or otherwise interfere with the plaintiff. Number two, that you shall cease stalking the plaintiff. Number three, you shall cease harassment of the plaintiff. Number four, you shall not abuse or injure the plaintiff. Number five, you shall not contact the plaintiff by telephone, written communication, or electronic means. You are not to enter or remain present at the plaintiff’s residence, place of employment or her school. The terms of this order shall be effective for one year from the date of this order. That is the judgment of the court. The bailiff will instruct the two of you on leaving the courtroom. Please follow his orders.
Defendant: Yes your honor. And to whom do I appeal this decision?
Judge: I’m sorry, what?
Defendant: Do I have to…
Judge: You give notice to the clerk’s office.