It depends on a lot of factors. How was the protection order put on and by which court? Was this a civil protection order? Is this the ex parte order? You should have an attorney take a look at the order and your case information because the order may have already terminated. Better safe than sorry though since TPO violation carries up to 180 days in jail or if a prior conviction could even be a felony. Save yourself the headache and risk and talk to a good attorney.
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