6. (a) Following an arrest for a qualified offence, an alleged victim who is not a minor may waive in writing the conditions of release described in the subs paragraphs (3) (d) (i) (a) (A) or (C). In the event of a waiver, these conditions of release do not apply to the arrested person. (a) notify that the alleged perpetrator is not authorized to contact the alleged victim prior to his or her release; (e) the availability and effect of waiving the conditions of release; and (4) (a) If a person charged with a qualified offence does not show up on the date provided by the judge in paragraph 3 (d) above, he must comply with the conditions of release set out in paragraph 3 (d) (i) until he has a first appearance. (3) (a) following the arrest of a person for a qualified offence, the person cannot: (i) the alleged offender is agreed in writing to comply with the conditions of release; b) A court or judge may change the conditions of release described in subsection 3 (d) (i), in writing or on the minutes, and be properly reported. 5. Barring a provision in the subsection (4) or otherwise ordered by a court, a release agreement or court order expires at midnight after the arrested person`s first scheduled appearance, described in subsection 3(d) (i). (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. (i) at the request of the prosecutor and after giving the person the opportunity to be heard on the application, the conditions of release referred to in 3 (d) (i) cannot be extended by more than three days; and (12) (a) An order to refer or convict the law enforcement agencies, a release agreement or a court order for the release of prisons. (b) notification of sentences for violation of a prison release agreement or a judicial order for the release of prisons; (b) Any person who knowingly violates a court order or a post-knowledge agreement to release prisons executed in accordance with point 3 below is guilty: (ii) the person signs a release agreement under point 3 (d) (i) above. (ii) the magistrate orders the conditions of release; (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.