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Thanks for your patience and enquiry. Unfortunately these emails even if not nasty would be in breach of your bail condition as well as the restraining order. The onus is on you not to make any contact at all. This would include sending emails.
The victim is also to comply with the no contact terms. If the victim reaches out to you however, there is a greater burden/onus on you not to respond. I do not think you are doing yourself or your family any favours by breaching the orders. These kinds of things usually have a ripple effect. For example, you may want to have contact with the children in the future if the relationship does not work out. The other party may use this to say you are unstable and may pose a risk to the children.
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