It means you can’t have contact with a certain person or a group, so when injunction is issued by a court, it prohibits you from having any contact with that other party. Now this is typically used in domestic violence cases to assure the safety of the victim, and to assure you don’t get arrested again, you need to stay clear of that person. That means third party contact. You can’t call somebody and have them call that individual. You certainly can’t go by their work, and if you do that, there’s a strong likelihood you’ll be arrested. So simply don’t do it. Stay away from that person. There will typically be another hearing, at which time you can express your point of view, and perhaps the judge will lift the injunction.
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