If the no contact order forbids your husband from having contact with you, the prosecutor and the courts are considering you a victim in this situation. Under the Crime Victims Rights Act, you have a right as the alleged victim of a crime to express your views and desires to the prosecutor. Contact the prosecutor's office and let the prosecutor assigned to the case that you were not struck or pushed by your husband. Also, you may appear at the next hearing and ask the Judge to lift the no contact order as it pertains to you. Until the order is lifted be careful not to do anything that could get your husband in trouble for violating the order. This would included communicating with him through third parties. Also, please be advised that physical contact does not have to be "violent" to be considered an assault. Ultimately, it will be the prosecutor's decision whether to continue pressing the charges or not.
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Violation of a Protective order can be a serious charge and the State can prove the case with the Mom as a witness. You may want to contact the prosecutor handling the case and calmly tell them how you feel and what has happend with his Mom and the history with her lies. You should also hire an attorney to defend your husband. Good Luck.