It is also important to bear in mind that while the order itself is not equivalent to a criminal record, any breaches of the order are. As we often say, if an applicant is prepared to lie in making the application then they may do the same in alleging a breach of the order.
We at Woods & Co Lawyers can assist you through the process and advise you whether you may be successful in challenging the order. If not, there are many things that we can do to limit the ‘damage’ resulting from an order of this kind.
What If You Breach An Intervention Order In Adelaide / South Australia?
You should obtain legal advice if you are charged in Adelaide or South Australia with breaching the conditions of an intervention order.
A breach can sometimes result in you losing the normal presumption of bail and having to establish special circumstances. This can result in you being remanded in custody and often the period of the remand can exceed the penalty you might receive. Imprisonment is not uncommon for breaching an Intervention order.
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