When will a No Contact Order be issued?

A No Contact Order will only be issued if there is a criminal charge issued. If your affidavit is denied for criminal charges a No Contact Order cannot be issued by the Judge.

If your affidavit is approved for criminal charges and a summons is issued, the court can issue a No Contact Order which would be served with the summons. A No Contact Order is not valid until it is served on the defendant by a law enforcement official.  

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1. What is evidence?
2. What types of evidence should I submit?
3. How can I submit evidence?
4. What happens after I file an affidavit and submit evidence?
5. What if my affidavit is denied?
6. What if my affidavit is approved by the prosecutor?
7. When will a No Contact Order be issued?
8. What if the defendant pleads not guilty?
9. What is a subpoena?
10. What happens at a trial?
11. Can I dismiss my affidavit?
12. How can I check the status of a case?
13. Who should I contact about….?