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P.O Issued No Contact Order

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Can you answer the question: have you been convicted of a crime?

If the answer is "yes", then it is possible that it was determined that you could be a bad influence. It is possible to be a bad influence, even though you have "never gotten in trouble together".

Abiding by the restrictions placed on your boyfriend will help him. Show your love by keeping him out of trouble: stay away from him if contact will get him in trouble. That's love: doing what is best for the other person's interests, even if it doesn't make you happy, because you want what's best for them.

While I think that you could aspire to better, maybe your life experience has lead you to believe that what you currently have is all that you could ever expect.

Take this forced time apart to focus on yourself and self improvement - and I mean, beyond a mani-pedi.
Even if Mrs. Townsend did not commit a crime, there can be a no contact provision added to the standard conditions of probation.

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