Q: What would happen if I violate a no contact order from judge for victim and co-defendent?
My mom and I accused of stealing from my grandfather. We were all given a no contact order by the judge. She's in jail and he's been in contact with both of us. I was told not to contact either of them, what happens if I try to visit my mom in jail?
A: I don't think the judge can order you to stay away from your mother, particularly if you are co-defendants in the criminal case. Have your lawyer look into a modification of your release conditions.
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