Breach Intervention Order (x3)
The client was the respondent to an intervention order taken out by her former husband’s new partner (the ‘protected person’). She had sent emails to her husband which referred to the protected person, in breach of the terms of the order.
She was charged with Breach Intervention Order.
We represented the client at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court.
The client was granted diversion, so that she would have no criminal record.
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