A civil harassment injunction entered in favor of an attorney for one of a divorcing couple against the attorney for the other spouse was reversed.  Insofar as the injunction was based on emails that defendant sent plaintiff about the divorce, the emails didn’t threaten violence and so were protected First Amendment speech which could not be considered in support of the application for an injunction.  The only other conduct was defendant’s refisal to leave plaintiff’s office after a deposition there was cancelled.  It was discourteous conduct but not sufficient to justify an anti-harassment injunction.