Can the victim hold onto evidence in a no contact order as a way to control the offender?
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Unfortunately, no-contact orders are a one-way street and the protected parties often take advantage of that circumstance. So no, there are no "loopholes". But a prosecutor may frown on her gaming the system like she did. Your boyfriend needs a good lawyer.
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