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Since reading “When OFP says ‘no contact,’ it means no contact,” I have been pondering the case of State v. Phipps, in which the Court of Appeals decision affirmed the conviction of the father. Apparently, he had consensual contact with their children’s mother after issuance of an OFP and was charged with violating a “no contact” order. Many things come to the mind of a retired 10-year family court judge and lawyer volunteer for Chrysalis and Cornerstone before that.

Action needed to protect children in OFP cases

Since reading “When OFP says ‘no contact,’ it means no contact,” I have been pondering the case of State v. Phipps, in which the Court of Appeals decision affirmed the conviction of the father. Apparently, he had consensual contact with their children’s mother after issuance of an OFP and was charged with violating a “no contact” order. Many things come to the mind of a retired 10-year family court judge and lawyer volunteer for Chrysalis and Cornerstone before that.

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