Although I am sure it is difficult to refrain from contact, I urge you NOT to contact your boyfriend with the no contact order in place. Good Luck.
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I don't think that it is in your best interest to contact him with a no contact order. Consult an attorney before doing anything so you know all of the implications and consequences if doing this.
He would still get into trouble. There is no way around it as the order is for your protection. You will just need to hire him a good attorney and hold out until march.
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Best to contact his lawyer and see if the bond can be modified to allow some contact. The violation would be on him if you get caught. We are happy to offer you a free initial consultation to talk about the case. Give us a call at 402-455-1711 to set up a time to talk. We have been in business for almost 25 years and fight hard for the people we represent.