From the LA TIMES:
it would be best if the LA Times identified judges in these "news" articles
"Court records also showed that Pamela Fayed tried to get a restraining order against her brother-in-law in 2003, but the request was denied because of "insufficient facts." She contended in court papers that he had harassed her and made "hateful, racist remarks" after being fired from the family business.
(There's no indication to date the murder was divorce related. However, as getting a divorce sometimes causes the vulnerable to be killed, it's always good to identify judges who refuse to grant restraining orders.)