A criminal complaint has been filed against me charging me with contempt of court - protective order. I have one prior for violating a restraining order and a prison prior for a probation violation which contains some vandalism and stalking elements. My three year formal probation upon my release from prison was terminated after one year for perfect compliance. I am employed and I have a 19 year old son that lives with me and his father. There were instances of vandalism to the protected party's car, but I am not aware of what evidence there is which would show that I am the one who did it. the city attorney's office must have felt the evidence was sufficient to proceed and I have been notified to appear at an arraignment.I have been unsupervised for nearly a year now. The prison sentence resulted from a probation violation which, in part, related to the same person's car, But, the original charge/crime was identity theft. This person made a series of false allegations to my probation officer which led to the violation. I admitted the violation partly out of fear, and partly because a few of the many allegations made were true. And that is where the protective order comes from.
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