We represented the client at the Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court.
Defence’s intention was to establish that the breach was an inadvertent mistake, rather than wilful noncompliance.
We had evidence of other instances where he had properly complied with reporting obligations, which made it more likely that it was just a slip up. He had been through some extremely difficult personal times through the period of the Order. Excellent character references were obtained.
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