My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Wshington
I have a no contact order for Domestic Violence (there was none, but that's another story) The victim calls me daily. I do not answer ever! I do not call her, email her, write her or contact her in any way, but she has gotten more and more upset with no reponse from me.
Fearing she would attempt to make things worse, I simply changed my voicemail greeting to address her question. This message could be heard by anyone so the only way she could hear it is if she chose to call me again. (I did NOT leave it on her voicemail) If I saw her caller ID come in on my phone, I of course would not answer the call, but after it had ended, I would simply change my voicemail greeting to something more generic. This way she would get her answer without any contacxt from me. My attorney said this was a violation of the no contact order, but I have had other attorneys say it was not. Can anyone tell me for sure and/or is there somewhere I may be able to find a precedent that would support my belief? Thank you very much.