What Is The Legal Definition Of No Contact Court Order?

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My ex husband has a no contact ordered by the judge because he tried to kill me what does the no contact order mean
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It is sometimes known as a restraining order, or civil protection order. The courts have ordered that you stay away from each other, then you need to adhere to the order, because if another incident occurs between you to, it will obviously mean that neither of you are complying with the court order and both of you or at least one of you will be in contempt of court. Sounds like the two of you are toxic and need to stay away from each other, and the judge who issued the order agrees and is usually right, because he or she is experienced and has seen this type of case in the past and believes that if the two of you need to keep away from each other for the betterment of both of your lives.
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My husband and I were co defendants in a case. We are legally married and have a child together. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison and I was placed on community corrections for 3 years. The judge ordered that I have no contact with my husband. Is this legal considering that we are legally married and we have children together. He has no domestic or violent charges and never has. Can you help
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My son was given a no contact order by a judge to stay away from me and our home.  He got sick and I let him stay home but he is still there.  What could happen to me and my son since neither one of us is complying with the judge.  He has no place to go and no  money. He will go back before the judge in May.
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THIS IS THE DEFINITION FOR A RESTRAINING ORDER WHICH IS THE SAME INJUNCTION:

Restraining Order Law & Legal Definition




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A restraining order is a temporary order of a court to preserve current conditions as they are until a hearing is held at which both parties are present. A restraining order may be issued in a divorce matter to prevent taking a child out of the county or to prohibit one of the parties from selling marital property.
Also, a person who is a victim of harassment may seek a restraining order from the court. The person or guardian of a minor who is the victim of harassment may seek a restraining order on behalf of the minor. The restraining order prohibits harassment. A restraining order may be issued against an individual who has engaged in harassment, or against organizations which have sponsored or promoted harassment. The distance required to be maintained is governed by the language of each specific order, which may include places of work, school, etc. Temporary restraining orders typically expire on the hearing date, but local law should be consulted for specific requirements.
Often the restrained person will ask for a mutual stay-away order. If the other party nevers want to see this person again, it may be irrelevant if they are restrained from visiting the restrained person's house. Therefore, by staying away from eachother, their needs may be met and court avoided by stipulating to a mutual order. ♥
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Your answer is correct. But keep in mind that you are describing one type of restraining order. A court can impose a restraining order, called an injunction, on various activities that might be subject to litigation. For instance, someone is wanting to develop property that someone else says is a historical site. In this case, a restraining order might be issued blocking all development until the case is settled in court.

The sort of restraining order you and paddywagon are describing is an Ex Parte order . At least that is what the atty's I know refer to it as.
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My sisters boyfriend calls her every 2 minutes when her and I are going places,he calls me names,if he drives by usc he flips us off,my 7 year old boy gets scared of this man and cries,I'm fearful of him as well.is there anything I can do to legally protect me and my son?its complicated because he lives 3 doors down from  us
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That is not a hard one, no contact is a really a restraining order and they are ordering the person named in it to have no contact, That's phone, mail, personal, email, noting".  Stay away.  Police escort is rqd to have any contact such as to get your stuff
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He is in violation of his order thus he could get into trouble. If you no longer want the restraining order - you should go back to the court to have it quashed...

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