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It depends on the actual wording of the order but generally when a protective order is obtained because of criminal behavior, as opposed to just an injunction a family law case, the order includes any communications of any kind even through a third party, mail, etc.
There's a 95%+ chance that this behavior violated the order.
I don't see that the second situation would be a violation since they were not trying to contact you in any way.
Probably so, although that is a personal choice. I believe that if you don't react immediately they just keep pushing the line.
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