Question: Do Police Do Random Checks On No Contact Orders?

Does a no contact order go both ways?

A protective order does NOT go both ways.

So he can get in trouble for having contact with her, but she cannot get in trouble for having contact with him.

Also, evidence that she continues to contact him is very compelling in any attempt to dissolve the protective order or avoid having it extended..

Can a lawyer get a no contact order dropped?

If it is a no contact order as a condition of bond, pending further hearing on a criminal charge, only the court can dismiss such an order. You can request that it be dismissed, or at least modified to allow contact of a non-assualtive nature.

Do no contact orders expire?

The no contact order will end once you are terminated from probation. This order remains in effect until the court no longer feels the order is necessary to protect the victim, the parties agree to cancel the order and the court provides instructions to do so or the order expires.

Do cops check up on no contact orders?

Every police officer has access to this computer system. If an officer decides to look up your license plate number, driver’s license information, or something else, that officer will see that you have a no-contact order filed against you.

How are no contact orders enforced?

If a no-contact order is violated, law enforcement puts a packet together on the case and gives it to the victim’s advocate. The victim’s advocate then notifies the solicitor’s office. The solicitor’s office must make a motion to a general sessions judge to have a hearing on the matter.

Can victim get in trouble for violating no contact order?

If you do respond to the victim’s attempt to contact you, it’s important to note that you can still be charged for violating the order. NCOs can bar contact with the children of the alleged victim as well, even if they are your children, too.