Q: If Bond conditions state there's a no contact between two people can the person who is not on bond still send messages?
I'm on bond it states that I cannot have contact with a person or their residence, but they continue to message me multiple times a day. Is this legal
A: Yes. If you are on bond for a crime and the Court orders you to have no contact with someone you are the one constrained, the other person is not. However, if there is an issue with this contact and you want it to stop, you may be able to take other action such as requesting a restraining order against the person so they cannot contact you.
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