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It is important that you keep a copy of your No Contact Order with you at all times. The criminal No Contact Order only applies to you. If you have children or other family that you are concerned about, you may want to consider applying for a civil 236 Protection Order. Crisis Intervention Service can assist you with this process.
There are additional options besides completely lifting a No Contact Order. You can talk with a Victim Witness Coordinator or Advocate about possible modifications or changes while keeping portions of the order in place. It is important to remember that ultimately it is the court’s decision whether the order will be dismissed.
If after reviewing this information, you have additional questions please call 641-228-0015 to get in contact with an advocate.
If you were born in another state, you must contact the state of birth to obtain your birth record.