non-molestation order


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non-molestation order

an order of the court requiring the object to refrain from molestation or harassment of the applicant.
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Steven Chatwood, 31, of Batsford Road, Coundon, admitted breaching a non-molestation order and two counts of breaching a non-molestation order.
He pleaded not guilty to making threats to kill, but admitted breaching a non-molestation order, threatening with a blade and wounding.
Gary Mark Collar, 52, of Orkney Walk, Guisborough, given a 12-month community order with rehabilitation activity requirement, fined PS85 and ordered to pay a charge of PS85 for breaching a non-molestation order.
The non-molestation order, preventing him from contacting his ex-girlfriend, continues.
Unbeknown to the call handler or Mrs Birch, Birch had earlier been arrested while parked in a pub car park and charged with breaching his non-molestation order.
The non-molestation order was granted by Wrexham magistrates shortly after the assault on Mr Markey, but despite the order he turned up at the address wanting to speak to her.
Injunction Orders are very effective, particularly since 2007 when it has been a criminal offence to breach the terms of a Non-Molestation Order.
Sam Jowett, of Warneford Road, pleaded guilty to breaching his non-molestation order when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court.
Yesterday, Tate, of Greenbank Road, in Newton, appeared at Liverpool Magistrates' Court to face charges of making threats to kill, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, intimidating a witness, and breaching a non-molestation order.
He had more convictions for violence in 2013 and 2014 with breaches of orders, and in July last year he was in breach of another non-molestation order.
Mohammed Samywand, 30, of Middleborough Road, Radford, admitted breaching a non-molestation order by making contact via Facebook and stopping outside an address, and breaching a suspended sentence by failing to maintain contact with probation.
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