Q: How do I get a no contact order reversed
A argument with my husband and myself went a little too far on his end. EMS was called and the sheriff also arrived, by this time my husband had left. The sheriffs office arrested him for assault on a female, a judge then set his bond and ordered him no contact with me. I didn’t want the charges, just needed to be checked out by EMS. Family pressured me into taking out a restraining order which thankfully was denied, but I still cannot speak with my husband. Is it possible to have the no contact order reversed? If so, how? I just want to talk things over with him and work things out, I’m debating on calling the DA, but I don’t want to cause more damage by doing so.
A: If an argument with your husband resulted in a legitimate and reasonable need for you to be checked out by EMS - then your calling it 'going a little too far' is likely a clear screaming indication of your improper denial of the seriousness of the event. A seriousness that apparently your family can see as they encouraged you to get a restraining order that likely should not have been denied. Odds are you need to be in contact with a divorce attorney not your husband. On the outside chance that I, your family and likely your friends are wrong - perhaps consider talking to a counselor or therapist. Especially if this is not the first time he has 'gone a little to far'.
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