The nation’s courts have issued 41 restraining orders in the month since a new law to protect domestic violence victims came into effect, the National Police Agency said Thursday.
The law, which went into force on Oct. 13, requires that courts issuing restraining orders notify police in the victim’s neighborhood.
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