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Anyone breached a non-molestation order? 5 years 6 months ago #62061

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I sent my wife a text in a moment of weakness telling her I missed the children and why she's being so cruel in regards to contact. Just one text and I immediatkey regretted. Don't know her anymore so not sure what will happen now.

my actual order doesn't actually state that I can't contact her, I just can't attack, threaten or pester her nor can I go near her house or place of work.

If she does call the police what's the worst I can get? Surely they won't give a custodial sentence for a text about me missing kids.....maybe a fine and warning. If I get the latter I guess it's a criminal record and I'll have to let my employers know.

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Anyone breached a non-molestation order? 5 years 6 months ago #62068

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Here's a link to the CPS guidelines on breach of a non mol.

www.cps.gov.uk/legal/d_to_g/guidance_on_...nd_victims_act_2004/

Lets hope she lets its pass.
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Anyone breached a non-molestation order? 5 years 6 months ago #62148

total joke of a system if a father can get a criminal record just for sending an innocent text message to his wife just to see his children.

breach or no breach, common sense must prevail.

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