10/07, my boyfriend broke my tv, I did not press charges but state did and put a no contact order in place. I was 2 months pregnant. Subsequently, my brothers tried to assalut me. I called my boyfriend, he came to my house and called the police for me but he got a violation of no contact order. I never received subpoena and so charges were dropped against him for Domestic Violence, but he was found guilty for violation of no contact order. I tried to get order dropped and the judge said denied before I could say a word. Our son is 5 months and needs his father.
A no contact order can be removed under proper circumstances. I understand your concerns as your son certainly needs a father and should have him in his life. I suggest that you hire a lawyer to file an application/motion to modify/terminate the no contact order. I suggest that you have your son's father immediately make an appointment to see a psychologist or anger management specialist for counselling. This was he can come to court and show the judge that he has sought help for his issues and that he should be able to be around you and his son. Have a lawyer will help mediate and expedite this process. Having the lawyer should get the judge's attention.
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