(a) notify that the alleged perpetrator is not authorized to contact the alleged victim prior to his or her release; Following an arrest for domestic violence, the offender cannot appear: (2)a) In the event of an arrest for a qualifying offence and before the person is released on bail, recognizing or otherwise, the person cannot personally contact the alleged victim. (9) A person arrested for a justified criminal offence and released pursuant to this section may then be detained without bail if there is substantial evidence of a new charge against that person. (b) “jail release agreement,” a written agreement described in subsection 77-20-3.5 (3) that: (12) (a) a protection order of reference or conviction replaces a release contract or court order for release from prison. (iii) To give a copy of the release agreement or the order of the release court before the arrested person is released. (b) If a court rejects charges for the qualifying offence that resulted in a release agreement or a judicial decision to release prisons, the court rejects the release agreement or the judicial order for the release of prisons. (8) (a) When a police officer has reason to believe that a person has violated a prison release agreement or a prison release court order, the officer arrests the person without an arrest warrant. (b) A court or judge may change the conditions of release described in subsection 3, paragraph 3, d) (i) and may be properly reported. 4. (a) When a person prosecuted for a qualification offence does not show up on the date provided by the judge in point 3 (d) above, he must comply with the conditions of release described in the subsection (3) (d) (i) (i) until he has a first appearance. 7. (a) When an arrested person is released in accordance with paragraph 3 above, the release centre informs the arrest authority of the release, the conditions of release and the information available on the whereabouts of the alleged victim; (c) This subsection (5) does not insert or increase the liability of a prosecution officer or law enforcement officer, and the immunity provided in Section 77-36-8 does not apply in good faith. 6.
(a) When a law enforcement officer has reason to believe that a person has violated a court order or postulation agreement referred to in paragraph 1, the officer arrests the alleged offender without an arrest warrant.