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  1. #1
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    Default No Contact Order, Victim Wanting Contact

    My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Georgia.

    There is a no-contact order on my fiance. I filed for removal of it...the courts taking too long. What would happed if I were to contact her (the defendant)?? Would it fall back on her or myself if the courts found out we had contact(I have crazy family members that don't want us together)? How would I prevent anything from being her (the defendant's) fault??

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    Default Re: No Contact Order, Victim Wanting Contact

    How would I prevent anything from being her (the defendant's) fault?
    It wouldn't be. It would still be yours, and you'd still land in the pokey.

    Stay away from her until the court is finished. It doesn't matter that they are "taking too long". You need to abide by the order until it doesn't exist anymore.
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    Default Re: No Contact Order, Victim Wanting Contact

    I believe she is the subject of the order, so if she were to respond to his contacts she could be the one who "ends up in the pokey."

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    Default Re: No Contact Order, Victim Wanting Contact

    I will agree the OP is confusing.

    If either of you contacts the other, the person on the order will go to jail.

    No matter what. Even if.

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    Default Re: No Contact Order, Victim Wanting Contact

    ... could go to jail.

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    Default Re: No Contact Order, Victim Wanting Contact

    Here, both parties to a no contact order can be prosecuted for violating it. As in both the restrained and the one who filed for restraint.

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