I was convicted of a class C felony in 2006, my sentence has been completed. My discharge certificate says "discharged absolutely". I was wondering if the no contact listed on my judgment of conviction is expired. I know it is not a good idea to contact my victim, but do I have to run the other way if I bump into her.
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Yes, without knowing more detail, I would generally recomend that anyone run the other way if running into the victim of a crime which they committed, regardless of being off supervision now. You remain vulnerable to charges of witness or victim intimidation for the rest of your life, so you are playing with fire any time that you are in proximity. I don't know nearly enough about your case to give you any intelligent advice, however, so speak with your attorney if you want a better answer.
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