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How Stalking Impacts Victims’ Lives

About 7.5 million people are stalked each year in the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 6 women and 1 in 17 men will be stalked at least once in their lives. These statistics show that stalking can happen to anyone. The impact that victims feel on their ...
by Thomas Feiter - April 20th, 2020

Domestic Violence Victims in Danger During Pandemic

Counties across the United States are under the same orders: stay at home and prevent the spread of coronavirus. While staying home is the best tactic for preventing this public health pandemic from growing further out of control, victims of domestic violence have been trapped with their abusers with no place to turn.  Many in ...
by Thomas Feiter - April 13th, 2020

Orlando Residents Ordered to Stay Home to Prevent Spread of COVID-19

On Thursday, March 26, residents of Orange County, Florida, were ordered to stay at home to combat the spread of the deadly coronavirus. The mayor of Orange County, Jerry Demings, announced the order that covers all 13 municipalities as positive COVID-19 cases began to spike in Orlando and surrounding cities. The order allows very few ...
by Thomas Feiter - April 06th, 2020

7 Different Types of Stalkers

Depending on what you’re subjected to, it can range from annoying to terrifying to be the victim of a stalker. So what motivates a stalker?  Stalkers are often presented in movies or television dramas as men obsessed with beautiful women, but in reality, there are different reasons why some individuals turn into stalkers. Psychiatrists and ...
by Thomas Feiter - March 17th, 2020

Understanding the Cycle of Domestic Violence

Becoming the victim of domestic violence is a tragic, scary, and emotionally devastating experience because the abuse is being inflicted not by a stranger but by someone you felt you could trust. If you have experienced acts of aggression from an intimate partner, you’re not alone. The victims of domestic violence can be both men ...
by Thomas Feiter - March 10th, 2020

How an Injunction Can Help Enforce a Non-Compete Agreement

Businesses sometimes ask newly-hired workers to sign a non-compete agreement, or a contract that prohibits them from engaging with or providing services to another business that’s considered a direct competitor. While an employer can’t require an employee to sign a non-compete, they could choose not to hire that individual if they refused. Companies view non-compete ...
by Thomas Feiter - March 03rd, 2020

Key Differences Between an Injunction and a Restraining Order in Florida

Both injunctions and restraining orders are meant to prevent an individual from committing a particular act. These court-ordered commands are measures that block the defendant-party from acting violently or unjustly toward another individual. Generally, restraining orders and injunctions are used interchangeably in Florida. However, there are a few differences between the two terms that are ...
by Thomas Feiter - February 17th, 2020

How to File a Domestic Violence Injunction in Florida

Domestic and physical violence is intolerable for anyone to live with. In Florida, one in four women and one in seven men will face violence by someone close to them at some point during their life. If you or a loved one is suffering from violent behaviors at the hands of a friend, partner, or ...
by Thomas Feiter - February 10th, 2020

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