Breaches of Court Orders

BreachesYou should not face a prosecution for any breach of court order unrepresented. It is possible that you will face the prospect of a prison sentence.

The court views all breaches seriously as they appear to be a wilful and deliberate refusal to undertake your punishment and or rehabilitation.

The usual starting point may be to consider whether the order should be revoked and you should be sentenced in some other way. This may well mean a prison sentence.

There are defences available to breaching court orders.

Mortons Solicitors can advise you from the moment you get a summons or notification to attend court, and provide expert representation at Court.

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