Breaching Offences

Have You Been Charged With a Breaching Offence?

Typically someone charged with a breaching offence is in breach of an order imposed by the Courts.

Although Court orders including community based orders, intensive corrections orders and treatment orders have recently been combined and replace with the new community corrections order, those who have been imposed the old orders in the past, can still come before the Courts if they have in breach of the parameters of those orders.

Often, these cases require the skill and experience of a criminal lawyer to put the breach in context and explain the circumstances that lead to the breaching offence.

Breaching Charges

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Doogue + George are experienced breaching offence lawyers. If you have been charged with an assault related offence and need advice or legal representation, call (03) 9670 5111 or Request a Callback from one of our experienced assault offence lawyers. Can't find the offence you're looking for?
Check out our alphabetised list of all the criminal offences on our site.

Doogue + George's latest breaching case results

Contravene Family Violence Intervention Order Whilst on Bail

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This is a case study on a second breach of County Court CCO resulting in a fine and cancellation of the Community Corrections Order. Our client had contravened his Community Corrections Order because of non-compliance …
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