DARIEN, Conn. – Former CBS New York Channel 2 news anchor Rob Morrison has requested a change to a protective order against him to allow contact with his 9-year-old son, who lives in Darien with his mother, reports the Stamford Advocate.
Frank DiScala, Morrison's attorney, asked the Stamford Superior Court judge to allow Morrison to call his wife once a day to speak to his son, according to the report.
The Daily Voice previously reported that Darien police arrested Morrison on June 16 on charges of violating a protective order forbidding him from contacting his wife after he allegedly called her more than 100 times over three days in May.
Morrison had been arrested in February 2013 on charges of choking his wife in their Darien home. Those charges were dropped in April after his completion of a court program for those charged in domestic disputes, as also was reported by the Daily Voice.
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