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Unfortunately, no, if you have a no contact order that requires you to be a certain distance from someone and there is no exception for 'peaceful contacts,' then you would still be in violation of the restraining order even if the other person is one who wants to come and meet you.
Before that is legal, you will need to get the restraining order removed. If it is a civil order and was placed against you by this person, she needs to go to court to have it removed. If it is a criminal protective order, then you will have to contact a criminal defense attorney
or your local public defender
's office to get the order modified before you contact the person face-to-face, even if the other person is the one who is initiating contact.
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