Ellenwood, GA asked in Domestic Violence and Family Law for Georgia

Q: For a domestic violence case, if my temporary no contact order period is over, can I meet my family without a hearing?

The court says my case is closed, but I still didn't meet my family.

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Joshua Schiffer
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Joshua Schiffer
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  • Domestic Violence Lawyer
  • Roswell, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: It is certainly a good idea to check and have backup in these situations. First off, with all of this you need to ensure you have the documents handy, as you may need them if there are issues.

Orders and sentences expire according to their terms, and when they expire they become void absent some other overlapping order or other instrument to supplement or replace them.

That being said, it is unwise to play with fire as repeated allegations with the same subject aggravates potential charges IF new allegations are made.

Michael D. Birchmore agrees with this answer

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