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Asked on: 9/14/13, 6:48 am

If I'm on 7 year felony probation with a no contact order, when does the no contact order expire in texas?

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Answered on: 9/14/13, 10:19 am by Cynthia Henley

It could be that "no contact" is a condition of your probation. If you got a MOEP - it is either 61 days or 2 years, depending on the way that it was put on you.


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Answered on: 9/15/13, 7:24 am by Keith Engelke

Check the order. Sometimes "No harmful or injurious contact" gets transcribed as "no contact".

You may want to hire an attorney to look into filing a motion to have this changed.


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