Apparent breach of Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) when girlfriend shows up
Police arrested RM for breaching conditions of an Apprehended Violence Order from his partner.
RM stated that his partner had turned up to his house in the early hours of the night. He had then let her into the premises, and they spent the night together.
Police spoke with the victim who verified RM’s version that she attended the premises. However, she did not wish to provide police with a statement in relation to the matter.
AVO breach charge dismissed thanks to our criminal defence lawyers
O’Brien Criminal and Civil Solicitors successfully acted for RM at Campbelltown Local Court. RM’s partner did not appear at court in support of her application and accordingly, the magistrate dismissed the charge.
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