My boyfriend has a no contact order with his ex and she has text messages from when they were working on their relationship, but still had the no contact order. Now that hes moved on and is not talking with her she brings the evidence out...? Is this legal or are there loop holes for this situation?
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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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