If so, the breach offence lawyers at Dribbin and Brown Criminal Lawyers routinely represent clients charged with:
We have offices in Ringwood, Dandenong, Frankston, Geelong, Moorabbin and the Melbourne CBD and have experienced criminal lawyers ready to assist you.
Any of the above breaches (excluding breach of parole) can result in you being brought back to court to answer the breach. The judiciary are usually not impressed when an order that was imposed by the Court has not been complied with, which is why it is so important to engage lawyers with experience.
There are a number of different ways that a person can be brought back to Court for breaching a Court order as discussed above. If you are facing a breaching offence or have already been charged with a bail or parole breach then you should call our office so we can assist you.
For more information on breaching offences look to the right of the page and select the section that best reflects your situation.
For urgent enquires contact our Criminal Defence Lawyers.
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