Hot Off the Press — If You Have a No Contact Order Made Against You

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This new, online-only fact sheet explains what it means when the court makes a no contact order against someone involved in a family violence incident. It describes the five types of no contact orders and what might happen if someone breaches the order:

  • Condition of release from custody before trial (bail)
  • Condition of probation
  • Conditional sentencing
  • Peace bond
  • Family law protection order

It includes where to find legal help for criminal court and family court cases.