yes, yes and yes. No matter how much you want to know what happens during hearing please do not go. And if the judge gets wind you are there that's contempt of the court's order and he/she can send you to jail. Call your attorney to find out what happened at the hearing. Stay safe.
you have every right to be there/few years back my now wife had swat kick in her door cuz her ex laid plastic down and brought in a chainsaw and said he gonna chop her up throw her in the lake all while 911 was on phone she was givin a restraining order/i took her 2 court for his bail hearing and all other court dates/if u aint there case could get tossed out like nothing happened/besides u aint going 2 contact him
The no contact order is to ensure he does not contact you. You can't violate the order, only he can. You need to appear in court to testify against him and this is NOT a violation of the order, in fact, you need to be there to ensure that your testimony is heard.