Extension of OFP

Order for protection extension

In this appeal involving an order for protection (OFP), defendant challenged (1) an order that extended the OFP by one year and (2) an order that denied his motions for a change of venue and a new trial.  The Minnesota Court of Appeals concluded that respondent’s testimony about her past fear and defendant’s ongoing controlling behavior, when considered with defendant’s history of domestic abuse, sufficiently supported the extension of the OFP.  Affirmed.

Ali v. Ali A18-1413, Scott County.

Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyer Lynne Torgerson was not attorney of record in this case.

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