A New Jersey judge has ruled that a person who interferes with an ex-partner’s job or economic livelihood may be found guilty of domestic violence.

In an unpublished opinion released on July 15, Ocean County Superior Court Judge Lawrence Jones concluded that an ex-husband committed an act of domestic violence when he tried to have his ex-wife fired from her job. Jones issued a final restraining order against the ex-husband.

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