What does a temporary no contact order mean?
3 attorney answers
The duration is probably written in there too.
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Typically 14 days, until there is a hearing.
No contact is not secret legal language - it means just that: do not contact the protected party.
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It means leave whoever it is that you're supposed to leave -- alone and not bother or harass, intimidate, or otherwise bug that individual.
It means what it says, and says what it means and if you violate it, you could end up in jail.
Also, it has other implications. If you own guns, make sure they're not in your possession until the order is lifted. That could land you in federal prison.
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