Breach Intervention Order – Diversion
He was eventually charged with Breach intervention order and we represented him at the Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court.
The Court recognised the unusual nature of the offending, and that although any breach of a Court order is serious, the particular circumstances of the incidence were not objectively the most serious example of an offence of this type, and so the Court could moderate the penalty. The Court also accepted our client’s willingness to take responsibility and his genuine remorse.
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