Berger was ordered by a judge not to go to Blaylock's place of employment. It doesn't matter if she was there or not. The sheriff's deputy should have arrested Berger on the spot just for being there.
You're really trying to debate a decision which has already been made by the court. Berger is guilty of violating a restraining order. The fact that he's currently a county commissioner shouldn't entitle him to special priviledges. He could have just as easily gone to the meeting with a weapon and laid in wait for her. If he had done that, you wouldn't be defending him so vigorously now.
The courts have no way to know what Berger will do. Neither do the rest of us, with his erratic behavior. The judge based his decision on the law.
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