I recently received a letter from someone who was convicted of "Threats to Kill or injure" in a case I have against them. This person was recently on probation for the said offense and others, and was recently resentenced due to a VOP, under the same charges. I was assuming that he is still bound to the rules of a No Contact Order, since he is incarcerated under the same charge I have against him. It was my understanding that the order lasts as long as the sentence, though this is technical resentencing. Should such an order still be in place as I thought. Is he violating?
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