Depending on where he is in custody, you may be able to look up his bail amount on the online jail register. Otherwise, you can contact the court clerk or prosecutor to inquire. A bail bondsman should be able to provide this information as well. Whatever you do, don't have further contact with him until a court lifts the order.
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You should be able to look it up online. Or call the jail and ask. If you don't know how hire an attorney to help you
Check with the jail that is holding your husband or with the court. So long as you are not actually contacting your husband there would be no violation. Most jails and courts have public access and you may be able to check the bail on-line.
The no contact order prohibits him from talking to you no matter who initiates the contact. In other words, if you write him and ask about his bail and he writes back he is in further trouble. The other responders are correct-you can contact the court or the jail and ask about the bail amount and they will tell you. You can then post that bail amount and he will be released on bail HOWEVER, until the no contact order is dismissed he cannot have contact with you even if you invite it.
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