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      Apprehended Violence Order
      What if the protected person breaches an AVO?

      An Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) is an order that restricts the behaviour of a person, known as a defendant, for the protection of someone else, known as the protected person or PINOP. There are 11 possible conditions which can imposed to facilitate this protection. Apprehended Violence Orders can be divided into two categories; domestic or […]

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      Verbal assault – is there even such a thing?
      Posted By , on August 20, 2019

      Verbal assault is a commonly heard but very misunderstood phrase. In New South Wales you can be convicted of common assault even if no physical contact takes place. There are also a number of other Acts of Parliament which create offences for what is often called a verbal assault. What exactly is an assault? Most […]

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      Should I consent to an AVO?

      If you consent to an AVO being made against you, it can have serious consequences and prevent you from working with children, working in the security industry and holding a firearms licence. What does consenting to an AVO without admissions mean? One way of responding to an AVO is to consent to the making of […]

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