Adjourned Undertaking for Behave in an Indecent Manner
This is a case study on a sentence of adjourned undertaking for Behave in an Indecent Manner.
Our client was charged with two (2) offences involving public nudity, one being much more serious than the other. Before and after the conduct, the client was suffering from significant mental health issues. Ultimately, the client received an adjourned undertaking (a good behaviour bond) with a condition to continue to engage with support services.
Prior to this matter being heard in court, the case was carefully and stridently discussed with the prosecution. It was argued that the more serious charge was not correct in law and should be withdrawn. The prosecution agreed.
The matter had also been rigourously prepared and we were able to provide documents to the court outlining the treatment our client was currently receiving. The magistrate could then feel confident that the client was receiving support in the community and was unlikely to reoffend in the same manner again.
A sentence of adjourned undertaking for Behave in an Indecent Manner is an excellent result especially considering that it is one of the lowest sentencing options available in the criminal jurisdiction.
- The accused person was in or near a public place or within eyeshot or earshot of another person in a public place.
- The accused person engaged in obscene, indecent or threatening language or behaviour.
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Hester graduated with First Class Honours in Law in 2012 from Monash University, with a degree in Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws. She completed two internships at the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law and has volunteered with the HIV/Aids Legal Centre in Melbourne.
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