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What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Indiana.
the state of Indiana placed a no contact order on both me and my fiance. I got 6 months probation, he got 1 year. Although we both know now that contact in any form includes email. This went on for four days before we both did research and found it would be a violation of probation. We haven't had contact since. My question is, what would the penalty be if our PO's found out of the contact during a visit to our homes? Is it probable they take our cpu's to investigate and is this standard procudure of the people w/computers and no contact orders?
Thank you for your help.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?


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How long ago did you stop emailing?

And you really thought no contact meant email was okay? Really?


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It is not likely that they will search your computer unless someone tells them that you had been e-mailing the other party in violation of your probation and a court order. This can happen easily, so I would just avoid all contact.

- Carl
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