AKRON, Ohio - A woman attacked by her ex-boyfriend in a Summit County courtroom has been granted a civil protection order.
According to Susan Tucker with Summit County Domestic Relations Court, a civil protection order was granted and filed Tuesday in connection with the case of the 28-year-old woman who was knocked to the ground and punched in the courtroom last Friday.
The woman was seeking that order before Magistrate Tracy Stoner when she was attacked by 30-year-old Rashad Greene.
Tucker said Greene can't have any contact or harass his ex-girlfriend for the next five years. He must also stay 1,000 feet away from her.
If Greene violates the terms of the order, he can be charged with a felony.
Video from the incident shows the victim, whose name we aren't releasing, shoved to the floor and punched several times before Greene was zapped with a Taser by a bailiff who is also a special deputy for the Summit County Sheriff's Department.
The woman was taken to Akron City Hospital with a bump and a bruise on her head and a bruise on her left arm.
Tucker said security measures will be reviewed in light of the violent attack.
Greene was booked into the Summit County Jail on charges of domestic violence and contempt of court.
A judge ordered him to serve 30 days in court for the courtroom assault.
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