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Q: I currently have a Personal Protective Order against Me and the reasoning for that order the accusations are not true to the full extent and I do believe this PPO was wrote up by someone other then the so to say Plantiff because the signature is not that of My Ex wives signature nor is the hand writing nor are the accusations. I can honestly tell you I certainly pose in no way pose as a threat to The Mother of My Children and Reassuringly in no way shape or Form would hurt or harm My Own Children. What can I do to prove that this PPO is bogus and very untrue and possibly a fraudulent case?
Thank You for your time Christopher A. Neeley