Our client, Mr. L, faced accusations of repeatedly failing to comply with good behaviour post-supervision on multiple occasions, including using threatening language, making threats to other residents, and missing appointments as specified in his post-supervision conditions, potentially leading to a breach of a community order.
Our first task was to establish the authenticity and integrity of these allegations, including the breach of community order, by going through appointment records, accommodation history, and communications between our client and his supervisors. Our criminal defence solicitors also chased the prosecution for any evidence they had, closely examining it for any inconsistencies or biases. We examined the legality of the arrest, any hearsay evidence that was being used against our client, and whether the police even conducted a thorough investigation to warrant these allegations.
The prosecution also alleged the existence of CCTV cameras and witness statements related to the breach of community order. However, our defence lawyers repeatedly chased the prosecution for the footage and the statements for examination. Despite repeated attempts, the evidence was never submitted, further undermining the basis of the allegations.
After pointing out the various holes in the prosecution’s statements, and the lack of any solid evidence like recordings or witness statements, the prosecution was forced to admit their wrongdoing and drop all false charges against our client.
Despite having almost no evidence, our client was forced to deal with false accusations, including the potential for a breach of community order, which could potentially ruin his life and reputation. If you, or someone you know, find yourself in similar situations, don’t hesitate to contact us now. We’re deeply vested in defending your rights and protecting your interests. Call us today for a free no-obligation consultation; we’re available 24/7.