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Unfortunately, yes, the D.A. can charge you for this, even months later, as the state of limitations has not run. Civil and criminal matters are different, so the fact that a judge in a civil case regarding a protective order found no evidence of harassment does not mean you cannot be prosecuted in a criminal case. It may be persuasive, but it's not binding.What section of the penal code were you charged under? Was is 649.6?