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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 ead to the breaching offence.
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Doogue + George are experienced breaching offence lawyers. If you have been charged with a breaching offence, call 03 9670 5111 or fill out the form to the right of this page to meet with one of our lawyers.
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