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TODAY'S MOST...Unbelievable legal dispute: A father in California filed a restraining order against a 9-year old for bullying his child.

Stephen Feuder said it was his last resort, but he went to court to protect his child. Feuder said he complained about the bullying to the school district near Sacramento, but the district didn't respond. Feuder says the boy ran up to his son and punched him in the face. 

The local sheriff's department says it's never heard of a restraining order filed against a person as young as nine, but a spokesman said "I guess as a parent, you have to do what you have to do."

By law, the restraining order must be delivered to the person within five days, but the school district won't tell Feuder the name of the student involved or where he lives. Now Feuder says he's going to try to get a judge to force the school to give him that information.

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