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Asked on: 8/02/13, 3:55 pm

If a person has a no contact order on someone, can that person contact or have any association with the person that the no contact order is filed on. Such as Facebook. Example: A former boyfriend placed a no contact order on the ex girlfriend and had her blocked on Facebook. A son of hers, had a baby and now notices that the ex boyfriend has unblocked her and is "liking" photos that the ex girlfriend is engaging in conversation with other people.

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Answered on: 8/02/13, 4:37 pm by Robert Luedeman

The answer is no, and you may not use proxies to achieve the same result either.


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