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Thank you for using Just Answer.No, you will not get in trouble for violating your own protection order. The restraining order is meant to protect the victim from contact by the defendant, not vice versa. Only the defendant can violate the restraining order by contacting you; on the other hand, you cannot be criminally responsible for making contact with the defendant.If you need clarification or additional information, please reply and I'll be happy to assist you further.
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