Legal Information: North Carolina
Updated: February 14, 2022
What is a civil no-contact order for victims of registered sex offenders?
A civil no-contact order for victims of registered sex offenders (also known as a “50D order”), is a life-long court order that aims to protect you from an abuser who was convicted of a crime that requires registration on the sex offender registry.1
1 NCGS § 50D-1
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