antisocial behaviour order

antisocial behaviour order (ASBO)

a civil order that can be made by a court, where necessary, preventing alarming or distressing conduct to protect the neighbourhood. Breach is a criminal offence.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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A warrant has been issued for a woman accused of breaching an Antisocial Behaviour Order (ASBO).
He had 12 similar offences among the 35 crimes on his record, as well as nine breaches of an antisocial behaviour order for the same behaviour.
In June 2014, magistrates imposed a restraining order on him for breaching an antisocial behaviour order. But prosecutor James Neary said that in November Cox, 30, began visiting his uncle again.
People who fail to identify, destroy and remove the nonnative plants from their property could face a criminal prosecution and be fined up to PS2,500 or be given an antisocial behaviour order (ASBO).
A TEN-YEAR-OLD Wirral yob who has been terrorising the community was given a two-year antisocial behaviour order (ASBO) - just weeks after his brother received a similar order.
Steven Harkin, 39, of no fixed address, sent to prison for eight weeks for breaching an antisocial behaviour order.
"I am sure that the antisocial behaviour order placed on this person will now offer the victim's some comfort and respite.
A TEENAGER from Northumberland has been ordered to stay off his local high street and banned from the village pubs after being given a five-year antisocial behaviour order.
The magistrates concluded Macauley had acted in an anti-social manner and made him subject to an antisocial behaviour order. The order states he must not: use foul or abusive language towards any other person; have an open vessel of alcohol or consume alcohol in a public place; place items in front of him for the purposes of begging; sit or loiter within 20 metres of shop doorways or cash point machines; approach people and beg for items or enter or loiter within a distance of 10 metres of any area he has been banned from in writing.
At Snaresbrook Crown Court Levy, of Hackney, London, was convicted of GBH and admitted breaching an antisocial behaviour order..
The 28-year-old said that she and her 23-year-old beau Les Bateson were threatened with an antisocial behaviour order, if more complaints were registered against them.
And because Thomas was in breach of antisocial behaviour order following a conviction for affray, he received a nine-month jail sentence at Birmingham Crown Court.