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Public Order Offences

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

We can help you if you have been charged with public order offences.

Public Order offences are generally charges where there is a disturbance in a public area. This includes offences such as affray , indecent language and riot.

 

The type of questions that are important in offences such as these are;

  • Who did what?
  • What level of danger was posed to victims?
  • What was the motivation for the offence?
  • If you are pleading guilty how do we put the offending in a context that makes a Judge understand it.

Public order charges

Latest public order case studies

This is a case study on a sentence of adjourned undertaking for Behave in an Indecent Manner. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was charged with two (2) offences involving public nudity, one being much more serious than the other. Before and after the conduct, the client was …
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This is a case study on a bail application for Arson whilst on CCO for similar offences. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was on a Community Correction Order for Arson charges when it was alleged that he had committed further offences. The new offending resulted in further …
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This is a case study on withdrawing an Affray charge. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was charged with Affray along with 10 others following an incident at a local restaurant in Sunshine. It began between 2 rival groups resulting in a significant damage to the restaurant and …
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