Jordanna Sheermohamed : think about this chapter. Did you do this ???
A person who knowingly or wilfully makes, presents, files, or attempts
to file a false, fictitious,
or fraudulent foreign protection order is guilty of a felony and, upon conviction,
must be fined not
more than five thousand dollars or imprisoned for not more than five years,
or both, in the discretion of the court.
(B) If a family
court determines that a person has knowingly or wilfully made, presented,
attempted to file a false, fictitious, or fraudulent foreign protection order,
the respondent is entitled to
recover from the person who made, presented, filed, or attempted to file the
relief as may be appropriate, including:
(1) actual damages;
(3) a reasonable
attorney’s fee and other litigation costs reasonably incurred.