An Extraordinary Life (Chapter 8)

Chapter 8: 1952 Court Action

chapter8Military courts today do not get involved in civil actions between spouses.  However, military lawyers may advise active duty members, but as far as participating in legal action between spouses, such as representing an active duty member in a divorce, or to bring action within military jurisdiction, is not possible. The restraining order issued by a military court in 1951/1952 against a civilian in a civil action such as that which occurred between P. Frank and Sophie probably set a precedent.

The petition for the Restraining Order was granted on 2 January 1952.

UNITED STATES COURT OF THE ALLIED HIGH COMMISSION FOR GERMANY AREA III

P. Frank Freeman  – Complainant
vs
Sophie M. Freeman – Respondent

Civil Action No. 757

ORDER GRANTING PERMANENT INJUCTION

On this day came the respondent Sophie Marie in obedience to the Order of this Court heretofore entered to wit December 18, 1951 to…

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