Yes, they can. Whether you can get the terms changed is something that requires a more detailed knowledge of the situation - your criminal attorney should be able to assist - if not, consult a local family law specialist.
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You can request to have probation terms modified. In my experience of handling Austin Family Violence cases it often doesn't matter whether the victim wants the stay away lifted. Some times a judge just wants to see if you handle being on the outside before lifting a stay away.
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I agree with all the attorneys answers.
The problem is that many victims later change their stories so the DA's office often won't cooperate in lifting these po's.
You will need to hire a private attorney to assist you and it won't be easy. Good luck!
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