If the probation officer violates you, your criminal judge should give deference to the family court order. Unfortunately, whether or not the probation officer violates you can be discretionary. The law says that the violation needs to be willful. If you end up getting violated, I suggest strongly that you let the judge know that you have a family court order which gives you exclusive use and possession of the home, If that's how it reads. I handle these matters and offer free consultation.
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she can try to violate you, but you'd have a perfectly valid defense in that you were following a previous court order. stay away from the ex as if your life depended on it.Ask a similar question