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Contempt Order No Contact Order For Stalking Or Nonconsensual Sexual Conduct {CV-529}

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA County Name Of Plaintiff File No. In The General Court Of Justice District Court Division VERSUS Name Of Defendant CONTEMPT ORDER NO-CONTACT ORDER FOR STALKING OR NONCONSENSUAL SEXUAL CONDUCT G.S. 50C-10; 5A-15, -23 FINDINGS A contempt hearing was held before the district court judge named below, pursuant to a show cause order which was served on the defendant on (Give date) . The Court makes the following findings of fact: 1. A No-Contact Order For Stalking Or Nonconsensual Sexual Conduct was issued in this case on (Give date of and has been in effect at all relevant times. In that Order the defendant was order) required to (list provisions at issue) 2. a. CRIMINAL CONTEMPT The defendant was represented by counsel, waived representation by counsel, or was not entitled to court appointed counsel. The Court finds beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant willfully failed to comply with the No-Contact Order in that: (Set out facts relating to violation(s).) b. CIVIL CONTEMPT The defendant was represented by counsel, waived representation by counsel, or was not entitled to court appointed counsel. The Court finds that the defendant has willfully failed to comply with the No-Contact Order and at this time, has the ability to comply with the order and the purposes of the Order may still be served by compliance, in that: (Set out facts relating to violation, means to comply, and purposes served by compliance.) 3. Other: (specify) AOC-CV-529, New 12/04 © 2004 Administrative Office of the Courts (Over) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com CONCLUSIONS This matter is properly before the Court and the Court has jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter. 1. The defendant willfully failed to comply with the No-Contact Order and is in CRIMINAL CONTEMPT. 2. The defendant has willfully failed to comply with the No-Contact Order, has the present ability to comply, and is in CIVIL CONTEMPT. 3. The evidence does not support a conclusion that the defendant is in contempt, and this proceeding should be dismissed. 4. Other: (specify) ORDER It is ORDERED that: 1. CRIMINAL CONTEMPT the defendant be committed to the county jail for pay a fine in the amount of $ days (Maximum of 30). (Maximum of $500). 2. CIVIL CONTEMPT the defendant be committed to the county jail for an indefinite period, for as long as the contempt continues. The defendant may purge himself/herself from incarceration by 3. this proceeding be dismissed. 4. Other: (specify) Date Name Of Presiding Judge (Type Or Print) Signature Of Presiding Judge AOC-CV-529 Side Two, New 12/04 © 2004 Administrative Office of the Courts American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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