Bring the paperwork to an attorney to review, depends how it is worded.
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Maybe---it depends on what the cops determine when they investigate.
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It depends on whether the order of protection is a "stay away" or a "refrain from" order of protection. If it is a stay away order of protection, then he can be arrested for violating the order of protection. If it is a refrain from, then he may not be doing anything wrong. I would think that your friend would be the one that is concerned. If you called the police and he was arrested, how would that affect your relationship with your friend? Are you a mandated reporter?