Failing to Comply With Reporting Conditions Under SORA – With Relevant Priors
We acted on the client’s behalf at the Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court.
The Magistrate was given a full explanation of the instant offence and the previous history of our client. It was accepted that there had been partial compliance with the order and that the breach could be characterised as being very technical. A full explanation of other mitigatory facts was also presented, including our client’s excellent work history.
This was certainly a better outcome than what is usually imposed for a charge of Failing to Comply With Reporting Conditions Under SORA, especially considering the existence of relevant priors.
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