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Our client was potentially facing a repeated youth rehabilitation order after being accused of breach of court order. Thanks to expert defence solicitors, however, we proved that the evidence was flawed and biased, and were able to have all charges dismissed.

Despite the difficulties he faced on a day-to-day basis, Mr. N was able to fulfil the many conditions of his youth rehabilitation order. However, he was arrested and charged with breach of court order for failing to fulfil the conditions of his youth rehabilitation order, which included attending meetings, activities, and following a curfew. His family then contacted us to represent him and fight for his innocence. 

Our defence team sprang into action as soon as they were contacted. We were determined to leave no stone unturned in their quest to clear our client’s name from the breach of court order charges. We began by requesting every piece of evidence available, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant. 

What followed was a meticulous examination of the evidence, as our defense lawyers sifted through it with a fine-toothed comb. They searched for inconsistencies, biases, and anything that could be used to their advantage. We discovered that the prosecution’s evidence against our client was circumstantial at best, lacking the substance to stand up against our rigorous cross-examination in court, particularly in the context of the alleged breach of court order. 

Next, our defence lawyers contacted our client’s friends and family to prove that he did not intentionally breach his court order – he had followed the curfew, and he did not have access to his phone, so could not access details for the mandatory meetings. With our defence lawyers’ skilful legal strategies, our objective evidence, and our rigorous cross-examination of the prosecution’s weak evidence, the judge had no choice but to drop all charges against our client. 

Breaching a court order can have serious consequences, ranging from an extended order to a custodial sentence. If you, or someone you know, find yourselves in a similar situation, contact us now. We’re available 24/7, and we’re interested in defending your rights and protecting your interests. Call us today for a free no-obligation consultation.  


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