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Non Harassment Order Breach Or Not?

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If you are on a non harassment order and you pass the complainer going to work unintentionally and it's unavoidable to turn around because of traffic and danger doing a u turn how do the police and judges view that as a breach or an order in tact?

What evidence would you require to clear your name proving it as false as the complainer will have a witness with them confirming the date and time you were there?


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Not when you seem to be asking about the same subject every time. As you have been informed on a number of topics you have started:-


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