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Old 12-20-2010, 09:11 PM
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has anyone ever gotten a no contact lifted from his parole conditions??
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Old 12-20-2010, 09:23 PM
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It really depends on why the no-contact is ordered. Sometimes the NC is lifted because both parties have attended classes/programs for domestic violence abusers/victims. Sometimes not. It may be lifted in a RSO situation after the RSO's therapist and PO agree that the RSO has made satisfactory progress. Then again, it may not. For Co-defendents, it probably won't be lifted at least until probation/parole is over. It just really really depends on many factors as to whether it can/may/will be lifted.
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thanks...

well its there because we got in an arguement and the police came but they even asked me if i was ever afraid of him or if he hit me and i told them no i wasnt scared or anything.

but theres a chance it can be lifted... at least it give me some hope cuz we are married and having a baby next month. =/
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Yes, keep that hope. My last prison term was for a domestic violence case (I just finished my 52 week Batterers Program today). I have a no contact order in place. I was told it could be lifted. However, I messed that up by violating the no contact order. She asked me to come home, and I did. Three days later, I am in cuffs on my way back to prison. She told my agent that she wanted me home, that I was there at her request. He said it did not matter because I was still in violation. Had I followed the parole conditions and done things the right way, I could have had the no contact condition lifted. Yes, there are many factors involved, but it can be done. The best thing he can do is follow all the rules and go about it the right way.
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thanks, yeah they said he has to do the 53 week domestic violence classes and counseling and we might have to go to counseling together. i talked to his pos supervisor and she said itll take about 3 months and if hes made progress then they will lift the no contact. do you know if the no contact applys while hes still in prison or only when he gets out?
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...do you know if the no contact applys while hes still in prison or only when he gets out?
Mine is a special condition of parole. So it was not in effect until I paroled.
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has anyone ever gotten a no contact lifted from his parole conditions??

NOPE, not until he did at least 6 months of his DV classes. I begged and pleaded with his PO but it was a no go. My hubby had to live on the streets (or freinds couches or homeless shelters) until he finished at least 6 months of classes. After that, I had to go see his PO and sign a statement that I will not hold parole responsible if anything should happen to me. Basically, Parole does not want to be responsible if anything should happen to you. If they send the parolee back home to you and he beats the crap out of you, then you can sue the state because parole screwed up and let him back in your life. It sucks, but they do it for your benefit (go figure)
I will say, hubby has been out since 05/07/09 and LIFE IS GOOD!!!

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i know it sucks that they do this! grr and its hard cuz we have a 20 month old and one thats 2 weeks and its exhausting for me to do alone and i dont know what im going to do when i go back to work... =/
hopefully it only takes a couple months thats what HIS po told me as long as hes making progress... fingers crossed.
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NOPE, not until he did at least 6 months of his DV classes. I begged and pleaded with his PO but it was a no go. My hubby had to live on the streets (or freinds couches or homeless shelters) until he finished at least 6 months of classes. After that, I had to go see his PO and sign a statement that I will not hold parole responsible if anything should happen to me. Basically, Parole does not want to be responsible if anything should happen to you. If they send the parolee back home to you and he beats the crap out of you, then you can sue the state because parole screwed up and let him back in your life. It sucks, but they do it for your benefit (go figure)
I will say, hubby has been out since 05/07/09 and LIFE IS GOOD!!!

Good Luck to you both!!!

did you ask them if you could sign the paper before the 6 months?
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[quote=rhondalyn;5843937]has anyone ever gotten a no contact lifted from his parole conditions??[/quote The only person who can best answer that question for you is the parole officer. Who called the police to your home while he was there and why?
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what happened was we got into an arguement at a 7 11 and he slashed my tires so he went back for vandelism. but the officer even asked me if i was afraid of him and i told them no..
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Since you are the victim, the no contact order will stay. It might not even be up to the PO -- in Colorado, the mandatory no contact of the victim stays in place per court order under the defendant is off paper.
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