I have completed my sentence and my discharge certificate says " discharged absolutely". Does this mean that the no contact listed on my judgment of conviction is expired?
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While the technical answer might be "yes," you might still want to avoid the person, especially if he or she is a protected witness, since you could still pick up a brand new charge of witness intimidation. I would stongly recomend having a chat with your attorney, who will know a lot more about your details than we would.
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