If my friend’s ex has a stipulation of no-contact with him and I know they are violating it, is there anything I can do?
Hi Mike, I am assuming the person was released on a bail bond and the judge put the no-contact restraining order in place. Is that correct? Is it possible that the no-contact ruling may not be necessary anymore?
It’s possible for no-contact orders to be modified or altered over time in response to the offender’s behavior. You may want to consult with a lawyer if you think the order is not appropriate. However, if there is risk involved and the no-contact order should stay in place, I would discuss with a lawyer or even your bail bondsman, depending on what your involvement is in this case. Breaking rules of a restraining order can come with fines and even jail time, plus it may endanger the other person. It really depends on the situation.