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It is very good you are both getting along and he is taking responsibility for his child.
Unfortunately, you forgot about the order, and even though you have not complained to the police, they still have a legal obligation to enforce any legally standing court order.
12 offices to see one man with no compliant certainly sounds excessive.
You need to contact the police station and see if he is being taken to court in the morning, if so you may need to go to give support and explain what has happened.
You also need to contact the court imposing the order to see about removing the order if that is what you what. That does not mean they will do so, but all consider your request.
If the police arrested him for breach of the order, then yes they can only take him to court.
Yes if you attend they will be understanding rather than just taking his word for what was happening.
As it is a court order, most often they would come without bail. The court can give bail but no the police under these circumstances.
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