No contact orders are very common when it comes to domestic violence allegations. This type of order prevents a Defendant from having contact with an alleged victim. It may also prevent a Defendant from returning to a home address. These types of orders cause a lot of chaos, disruption, and hardship in people’s lives and family. No contact orders are also often contrary to what the alleged victim wants.
Removing a no contact order, in many cases, is not easy. Violations of bond conditions including no contact orders can lead to jail.
How to remove a no contact order. There is no guaranteed method, because Judges have a lot of discretion in Michigan when it comes to setting the conditions of bond. However, there are a number of different steps that a Defendant may take that will help him or her improve the odds that the no contact order will be lifted: