Minnesota high court will hear domestic abuse law challenge
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- The Minnesota Supreme Court has agreed to consider a challenge to a state law designed to protect domestic abuse victims.
The law allows judges to impose no contact orders for those suspected of domestic abuse. Bryan Ness says the law is unconstitutional because a judge issued the order without giving him a chance to respond.
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