Will they? Yes, when something happens and they decide in the moment they don't love each other and the proof of the violation of the TOP is in writing.
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"i never requested for this no contact order or order of protection."
Which means SHE - or her parents - DID. Meaning she and/or they don't want contact with you.
When that contact is discovered, you will be liable for the consequences of violating a court order. It is time you moved on.
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Orders of Protection often get issued at the DA's request whether the complaining witness wants one or not. The defendant has to comply with it or risk being re-arrested for criminal contempt of court.
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It is very dangerous to contact someone in violation of an order of protection. You are advised to have the protected party vacate the order first. Even if she invites the contact, you can still be arrested for violating it lets say you are in a car accident or pulled over and a cop runs your name. With a police officer as a witness to the violation, you are sure to have a criminal record in the end.
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You are risking an arrest. If you don't want the order work towards having it vacated.
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