Deyanira (lunasoltierra) wrote in thequestionclub,

A man committed a crime against a woman. He turned himself in and went to jail. Years later he got out on parole, was told he had a restraining order and he is to stay away from her. He knew it would happen and accepted it. He moved on with his life and became a lawyer. But now they are representing opposite sides in a court case. Can he be in the same room as her if it's for work or does he have to step down from the case.

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