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Dealing with a criminal charge in New York City can be really overwhelming. Between figuring out the legal process and dealing with the emotional stress, things can feel kinda chaotic and scary. One thing that often comes up with criminal cases is something called a “no contact order”. These orders can definitely add an extra layer of confusion. Like, what does it actually mean? How do you follow it? And what happens if you mess it up? Good questions. Let’s break it down.
A no contact order is basically when the court says you cannot have any contact with a certain person or people. Makes sense based on the name, yeah? These orders are put in place to protect the other person while your criminal case moves forward. The most common situation is when someone is charged with a crime involving another person, like domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault. The victim will ask the judge for a no contact order against the defendant to help protect them during the case. But no contact orders aren’t only used in those kinds of criminal charges. They can be requested in any type of criminal case in New York City as a condition of bail or release.
When a no contact order is issued against you, it means you cannot have any direct or indirect communication with the protected party. Like, at all. Direct contact includes:
Basically any type of direct communication, whether you initiate it or respond to it, violates the order. Indirect contact includes things like:
So indirect contact is really broad. The court doesn’t want there to be any loopholes that could make the protected party feel unsafe or worried. Oh, and by the way – all this applies even if the communication is positive or friendly. Doesn’t matter. No contact means no contact.
Following a no contact order means completely avoiding any interaction with the protected party by any means, either directly or indirectly. It can help to take some proactive steps when you first get hit with one of these court orders:
Basically you need to remove that person from your life completely while the no contact order is active. It’s harsh but that’s the only way to ensure you don’t accidentally violate it.
Judges take no contact orders very seriously. If you violate one, there can be pretty major consequences:
The penalties often get worse with each violation too. For example, maybe your first violation results in a fine. But if you keep breaking the no contact order, eventually you could be back in jail facing years of added prison time. So if an order is issued against you, do everything you can to follow it exactly. The consequences simply aren’t worth it.
No contact orders can remain in effect for different periods of time depending on several factors:
The judge decides the appropriate length for each situation based on the facts involved. For example, permanent no contact is more likely in serious or repeated violence cases. Defense lawyers can argue to modify or lift no contact orders under certain circumstances. But you should never assume an order automatically expires – always verify directly with your attorney.
If you’re dealing with a no contact order in an NYC criminal case, having a skilled defense lawyer on your side is crucial. Here are some ways we can help:
The experienced NYC defense attorneys at Trolman Law handle all types of violent crime cases and family offenses involving no contact orders. We understand these situations are extremely difficult – but you don’t have to go through them alone. We know dealing with criminal charges can feel overwhelming and scary. The legal system often doesn’t make sense to regular people. But having an experienced lawyer guide you through the process can make a huge difference. The attorneys at Trolman Law fight aggressively on our clients’ behalf both in and out of court. If you’re facing criminal allegations, contact us for skilled and compassionate legal representation.
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