2 Comments Criminal law, traffic matters, DUI, assault, theft, fraud
do you have text messages? anything that showed she contacted you.
I'd be cautious with the cops. If they ask and you admit, then it is a breach and if they think it serious enough they will have you infront of a magistrate.
There is such a thing as common sense in the law and magistrates are not impressed when on the one hand an applicant claims to live in fear, but on the other hand sends text messages etc asking for contact with the accused.
Do yourself a favour - ignore her. IF you dont have kids with her then all the easier. Let us know how you go
I agree with emca01, especially regarding the police.. At the end of the day, the order places conditions/restrictions on you alone & it's you who must abide by them under threat of breaching, which is a criminal offense..
It depends entirely on the police conducting the interview & if charges are laid, the magistrate hearing the evidence. If they are hard nose, they will just enforce the letter of the law.
As emca01 has suggested, any text or email you may have to prove the facts that lead to the 'breach' will hopefully help mitigate possible consequences should you get charged.
Unfortunately, the most severe consequence that your ex MAY face is a good talking to.
You could make an application to have the order removed but may I suggest that you do as already mentioned, ignore this person & move on to better things.