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    Default What Constitutes Contact Through Another Person on a Protective Order in Idaho

    My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Idaho

    Hello
    I have a Protective Order against my soon to be ex-husband for domestic violence. He is a alcoholic. He has called friends trying to get some of my stuff to me, he just called them again trying to get information to me and about me. Where I am living and what I have been doing. Does this constitute a violation of the protective order? The order states under Personal Conduct Order: "The respondent shall not contact or attempt to contact the protected person in any manner, including in person or through another person, or in writing or through any electronic means, etc..."

    I have learned through this process that he had stalking, harassment, and domestic violence charges in the past.

    Thank you for your responds.

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    Default Re: What Constitutes Contact Through Another Person on a Protective Order in Idaho

    [QUOTE=jfbarhorse;1150957] You seem to have difficulty understanding the English language such as:

    "The respondent shall not contact or attempt to contact the protected person in any manner, including in person or through another person, or in writing or through any electronic means, etc..."

    Does that help or do you need it in upper case? Jeez!

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    Default Re: What Constitutes Contact Through Another Person on a Protective Order in Idaho

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    My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Idaho

    Hello
    I have a Protective Order against my soon to be ex-husband for domestic violence. He is a alcoholic. He has called friends trying to get some of my stuff to me, he just called them again trying to get information to me and about me. Where I am living and what I have been doing. Does this constitute a violation of the protective order? The order states under Personal Conduct Order: "The respondent shall not contact or attempt to contact the protected person in any manner, including in person or through another person, or in writing or through any electronic means, etc..."

    I have learned through this process that he had stalking, harassment, and domestic violence charges in the past.

    Thank you for your responds.
    Yes, what he is doing is a violation of the restraining order. You can report him to the police.

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