DeMelo Law is experienced in representing clients who have been charged with a breach of recognizance or breach of probation. Both charges are considered serious because the allegation is that you have failed to comply with a court order.
If you have previously been charged with or found guilty of a criminal offence, you may be under certain conditions, outlined in your recognizance or probation terms. These conditions might prevent you from communicating with someone or attending certain locations. In order to be convicted of breach of recognizance or breach of probation, the Crown must prove that you did not comply with your terms. Sometimes, you may have had a lawful excuse to breach your conditions.
Have you been charged with breach of recognizance or breach of probation terms?
Contact DeMelo Law for a free consultation.
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