So, the police coerced you into writing something that was not true. Make sure that there is a no violent contact order, not a no contact order. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney for him.
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In order for him to come home, you must assure that the court did not impose a no contact order. If there was one imposed, you would need to seek court intervention to have it modified and removed. Contact a criminal defense attorney to assist in the defense of your husbands case and for the removal of the no contact order. Good luck!
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I agree with Attorney De Groot, the best thing you can do is hire an attorney for your husband. The attorney can help you get a "no violent contact order" versus a "no contact order" or can get the "no contact order" modified. Contact one in your area and at least go in for a consultation, most AVVO attorney offer a free initial consultation. Good luck.
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