Intervention Orders Case Studies

Real intervention order cases. Real results.

As defence lawyers, we have represented a number of clients charged with intervention order offences.

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Read our latest intervention order case studies

Family Violence Offences – Withdrawn

This is a case study on family violence offences that got withdrawn. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was facing family violence charges against their ex-partner. These charges, as they are related to family violence, are notoriously hard to have withdrawn as prosecution policy dictates that charges of …
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Withdrawing a Personal Safety Intervention Order

This is a case study on withdrawing a personal safety intervention order. Our client had owned his house for twenty years. Over this time the neighbourhood had changed significantly, and of course so had the neighbours. A young family eventually moved in next door and relationships were initially friendly. Home …
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Fighting an Intervention Order – Struck Out

This is a case study on fighting an intervention order resulting in the order being struck out. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was served with an application by the police for an intervention order on behalf of a family member. The parties worked together in separate parts …
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Withdrawing a Charge of Contravene Personal Safety Notice

This is a case study on withdrawing a charge of Contravene Personal Safety Notice. There was an interim Personal Safety Intervention Order (PSIO) taken out against our client by his neighbour who lived down the hall from the client. Our client has serious and complicated mental health problems. He regularly …
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Respondent to an Intervention Order

Our client was a respondent to an intervention order taken out by their ex-partner. One of the conditions that the ex-partner wanted on the order would have meant that our client be excluded from attending a karaoke venue, which was a location that our client attended weekly with friends. What …
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