Once a restraining order is issued, no deputy on Earth can approve violating it. If a deputy escorts you to a location that is forbidden by the order, he had better make sure that the visit has been approved by the issuing authority or the deputy is a de facto accessory to a crime.
Berger, however, couldn't be bothered with contacting the issuing authority and asking what he should do in this case...and there was more than enough time to cancel and move this meeting, if required.
You need to stop defending this nutjob. There is no conspiracy "out to get him." he does all this crap on his own.
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