The order was filed just after Bishop was arrested for allegedly using video cameras to spy on his 10-year-old neighbor. Both sides were briefly in court Monday morning.
“On Mondays, the court will only allow a one-hour judicial time for hearing on such orders, and because we anticipate it’s going to last several hours, it was postponed till December 3 so that we have a full hearing on that,” said Edmund Spinney, Stutesman family attorney.
Bishop is also facing several charges of invasion of privacy being dealt with at the Springfield Municipal Court. He returns there next week.
The family’s attorney hopes a resolution to this and the other charges can be reached at a municipal court hearing in Springfield next week.