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Restraining Orders

The Court has a power to order a restraining order on conviction for any offence, or even in the event of an acquittal. Restraining Orders can have devastating effects on families, and especially those with children.

Breach of a restraining order carries a maximum penalty at the crown court of 5 years’ imprisonment. We have substantial experience of challenging these applications before the court, which often fail to satisfy the test set down by Parliament, or may seek to impose unlawful restrictions on someone’s life in breach of their human rights.

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