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You could hire a lawyer to do a motion to the court to try and amend the no contact order. But courts do not usually just flat out lift the order. The order will be lifted upon termination/revocation of probation, or if he is found not guilty, or if a judge sees fit. Or he could have his attorney ask to have it modified.
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