Do not respond to her.
You may however, file a motion to vacate the Restraining Order based
on her contacts with you.
If you respond, you could be arrested, charged and face jail time.
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You need an attorney. Do not destroy any of her text messages.
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Do not respond to her. Keep all messages from her but don't respond. There is too much risk. Find a mutual friend to serve as an intermediary and ask them to advise her that you will need the TRO vacated before you can talk with her directly.Ask a similar question
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Why have you not sought a restraining order on her? When this happens i9n my practice this is what I do. Additionally, take proof of this inf to the DA who can help you in several ways.Ask a similar question
You need to hire an attorney to help you with it. He may be able to file a Motion for Reconsideration to remove the restraining order.Ask a similar question