No that would be a conflict of interest. you will need to inform the judge that the county prosecutor on the matter was previously your counsel of record in another matter and that there is a conflict of interest and another county prosecutor needs to be appointed. Your current attorney should be able to make this motion orally to the court at the next court date
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If its a criminal proctective order you will have to go to the judge and explain why you need it dropped those are harder to have dropped then if it were a domestic violence restraining order that you filed
then whoever filed the DV restraining order can go to court and ask for it to be terminated
The best would be to just write it out in a letter format explaining all the bullet points, I would bring proof that it is a financial burden on you showing how and why you need him there. Also explain why you don't believe the no contact order is needed
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