Are you in violation of a Restraining Order if you unexpectly come across the protected person in a public place such as NightClub, Theme Park or any place where two parties can easily cross paths.
You do not make contact with them and you leave immediately.
This is NOT legal advice. It is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer, and does not create an attorney/client relationship. You should always consult PRIVATELY with an attorney. Free consultation only applies to potential clients with a criminal case within 100 miles of Chico, California.
Get out of there immediately. You must not make any contact.
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL, DUI AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY- 39 YEARS EXPERIENCE
If you see the person you're not supposed to be around in public, RUN the other direction.
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
I think what you are really seeking is validation for a scheme that you and the other party, who has the restraining order against you, want to "accidentally" meet up in a public place. Don't do it, you or the other person could easily be set up.
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