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Monroe County’s Protective Order Process

Monroe County’s Protective Order Process

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Monroe County Clerk Linda Robbins cited her own firsthand knowledge of domestic violence as her reason for organizing a panel discussion last week regarding the process in place for victims to obtain a protective order from the county.  Panelists Toby Strout, the Executive Director of Middle Way House; Robert Miller the Chief Deputy of the Monroe County Prosecutor’s office, Kevin Getz of Indiana State Police, and Judge Fancies Hill joined Robbins to share what they are working on to address domestic violence locally. We hear their introductory statements here, for today’s Daily Local News feature report.

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