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Civil Practice :  Order of Protection –  Stalking –  Fear of physical Harm

Where trial court granted an order of protection against appellant for contacting respondent and contacting respondent’s employer to try to get her fired, and respondent answered yes to the question of whether she was in fear, there was not substantial evidence that respondent was in fear of physical harm and it was not enough to support the order of protection.

Judgment is reversed and dismissed.

I.L.L. v. T.L.R. (MLW No. 71264/Case No. WD80513 – 8 pages)(Mo.Ct.App. W.D. Ardini, J.) Appealed from the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Gillis, J. (Michael S. Shipley for appellant) (Respondent I.L.L. Pro Se).

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