Instead she sought a protection order, a short-term order requiring her estranged husband not to use violence or threaten to use violence or put her in fear, or watch her new home.

She told the judge she did not want her estranged husband to know where she was now living. She told the judge her partner used drugs and had told her in the past he would kill her and shoot her. “But I never thought he would hit me.” The judge granted a barring order for eight days.

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Protection The woman told the judge she had only recently found out she could come to court for protection.

She did not seek a barring order, which requires an abuser to leave the family home, as she did not want to go back there, she said.

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She pulled up the sleeve of her top to show the judge the scar.

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