My sister is involved in a family law case. She lives in North Florida but she went to Miami for a court hearing on a parenting plan filed by her ex-husband. The judge signed an order stating that her current husband is barred from all contact with her minor child and he is unable to be in the same county with the child at any time. Which means that if the child is visiting the city where he lives, he could be arrested simply for living there. The case was heard in Miami even though the child resides in Broward County and her husband was not a party to the case. Is this legal? Can the judge bar someone from an entire county even though the person has not committed a crime and does not have any contact with the child anyway? He had a court hearing scheduled in Broward relating to an injuntion filed against him by my sister's ex-husband that he can't go to now because of this order so this is also denying him due process.