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If you are court ordered not to see someone while you are on probation and then you are told by your PO you are off do you have to receive the release paperwork in the mail before making contact?

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2005-11-02 14:40:03
2005-11-02 14:40:03

you could possibly get into some trouble even after so if you were told not to see someone don't go see them by making contact you maybe incriminating yourself and you might end up in jail again for being in this person presence so just steer clear of this person.

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