Yes. If you violate a lawfully issued Order of Protection you may be charged with a felony if you have contact with the protected person and also cause fear or threaten the use of death, or injury and/or commit any of the following acts:
- Display a deadly weapon; Dangerous Instrument; Pistol, revolver, rifle, shotgun; machine gun.
- Repeatedly follow the protected party.
- Repeatedly commit prohibited acts over a period of time.
- Send threatening messages by phone, email or other communications.
- Make telephone calls for no legitimate purpose.
- Strike; shove, kick or threatens to do the same.