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Breaching Offences

Have you been charged with a breaching offence?
We can help you.

If you have been charged with breaching offences, we are criminal lawyers who can help you.  

You might be charged with a breach of a community corrections order or breach of an intervention order. These are offences that are about not following the order of a Court. 

It is important that you seek legal advice as soon as possible to help determine if you are pleading guilty or not guilty to the breaching charges. If you are pleading guilty to the breach charge our lawyers will put the breach in context and explain what happened to the court;  

  • What were the circumstances that led to the breach? 
    Often your circumstances can lead to breaking a court order. This could be because of a change in personal, health or employment conditions. 
  • What positive changes have you made since the order? 
    It is very important to show the court although you failed to comply with the order, you have positive taken steps to fix your behaviour. This positive material could counselling, rehabilitation or attempts to engage in employment or community activities. 

The articles below explain what the breaching charges are about. The articles also explain how you might defend the charges if you are pleading not guilty. 

Latest breaching case studies

This is a case study on a charge of Contravene Family Violence Intervention Order whilst on bail. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was charged with breaching an intervention order by attending at their family home. During the alleged offending, the client was also on bail for the …
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This is a case study on family violence involving persons with mental health issues. Our client had been involved in a domestic dispute with her partner and 000 was called. It was a high stress situation which was heightened by the fact that both people involved had considerable mental health …
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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. What is alleged to have occured? Our client had contravened his Community Corrections Order because of non-compliance and further offending. To add to his troubles, the …
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