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Thank you for the question. Can you clarify what you mean by still have contact. Do you mean you still have a means of contact with the complainant?
If the court have imposed bail conditions that state you are not to have contact (even if it is wanted) then you should not be contacting said person. The court put these in place as preventive measurement for parties involved. If you are found to be contacting the person who is involved in the bail conditions then you could be arrested and refused bail in the future. Therefore my advice would be not to do this even if it is wanted as you could end up in further trouble with the police and court. If you are arrested then you will want to seek legal assistance as soon as possible.
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