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What’s Wrong with the Protective Order Policy “Better Safe than Sorry”?

February 11, 2018


“I was wondering if you have a rebuttal to the argument that restraining orders should be granted based on little evidence, because it’s ‘[b]etter [to be] safe than sorry.’” —Recent query The question implicit in the epigraph is this: What’s wrong with the policy “better safe than sorry”? The questioner refers to the judicial practice, […]