Bieber v. Morales
ORDER re 18 Supplement filed by Rebekah L. Bieber. DENYING Application for Protective Order. Signed by Judge David A. Ezra. (aej)
THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
SAN ANTONIO DIVISION
REBEKAH L. BIEBER,
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.
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:
https://texasattorneygeneral.gov/files/cvs/protectivekit_dv.pdf. 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
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