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