Category Archives: No-Contact Order

You Shall Cease

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 … Continue reading

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Asking a Simple Question

Defendant: Your honor, I came all the way up here from Florence to be here today because I believe these to be frivolous charges. I believe this to be malicious prosecution, I believe this to be misuse of, or, abuse … Continue reading

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Reiterating Demands

Defendant: Ahhhh, Mrs. Palmer, do you think maybe it might be unreasonable to fear comments from a man who you have written five pages online calling him a dumb F, calling him a child pornographer, calling him a fake, ah, … Continue reading

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Slow in the Thinking Department

Defendant: Mrs. Palmer, how much fear did these emails inspire in you. These contacts inspire in you. Judge: Please answer the question, ma’am. What exactly did those emails have on you. Petitioner: They began the minute I saw his name … Continue reading

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You Need to Move On

Defendant: Alright. Ahhhhh, (paper shuffle) Mrs. Palmer, the thing that mystifies me is this blog of yours… Judge: No, no! Defendant: Ma’am! Judge: No, that’s an improper question. You may question her about her complaint. Defendant: The complaint is tied … Continue reading

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I’ve Already Read That

Defendant: Now, what Mrs. Palmer didn’t tell you is that on July 5th she posted what I consider a semi-hysterical post on her blog entitled “Schmalfeldt will not get my home address.” And then she basically runs down ah, her … Continue reading

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Just a Request for Information

Defendant: This was official court business, like I said, I’m a pro se plaintiff, ahh, she did not respond to my simple question. When did you move from Reidsville to Greensboro, and my interest in asking the question is obvious. … Continue reading

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