Bieber v. Morales

Filing 19

ORDER re 18 Supplement filed by Rebekah L. Bieber. DENYING Application for Protective Order. Signed by Judge David A. Ezra. (aej)

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THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS SAN ANTONIO DIVISION REBEKAH L. BIEBER, Plaintiff, vs. BARBARA MORALES, Defendant. § § § § § § § § § No. 5-16-CV-110-DAE ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S APPLICATION FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER Before the Court is Plaintiff Rebekah Bieber’s Application for a Protective Order against Mrs. Barbara Morales and Mr. Charles Lewis. (Dkt. # 18.) The motion is DENIED. Ms. Bieber is advised that she should apply for a protective order in the Bexar County courthouse; if she has relocated to another county, she should apply for a protective order in the county where she now resides. Ms. Bieber is also advised that to obtain a protective order, she must be able to show three things: (1) Mrs. Morales and Mr. Lewis have threatened to hurt her or her children; (2) she has a close relationship with Mrs. Morales and Mr. Lewis; and (3) she is afraid that Mrs. Morales and Mr. Lewis may actually hurt her or her children. 1 For detailed instructions on applying for a protective order, Ms. Bieber is advised to review the materials available through the Texas Attorney General’s Office, available at the following website: Accordingly, Ms. Bieber’s Application for a Protective Order is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE as being filed before the wrong court (Dkt. # 18). IT IS SO ORDERED. DATED: San Antonio, Texas, April 5, 2016. _____________________________________ David Alan Ezra Senior United States Distict Judge 2

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