I am suing my ex for malicious prosecution. I have proof by means of her emails and recorded conversations that she lied to police and lied under oath. She has now lied again and has been granted another TRO. This will be the 6th time she's asked for a restraining order. The other 5 she dropped. Most of what I have to say against this new restraining order are instances that will be brought up during the civil case. I'm wondering if I'm allowed to talk about things that will come up in the pending civil case (discovery hasnt even started) or if talking about them in court now will jeopardize talking about it in front of a judge once the civil case is heard.Thank you for your help.
Answer by R. Douglas Kettell
Not VerifiedMaryland lawyer
Posted almost 6 years ago
R. Douglas Kettell
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