Enforcing Non-Molestation Orders in the Criminal and County Courts

30 AUG 2005

CLAIRE BESSANT Solicitor and Principal Lecturer, Northumbria University Law School. The Government has chosen not to make breach of an occupation order a criminal offence. Solicitor and lecturer Claire Bessant examines the Domestic Violence Crime and Victims Act 2004 in relation to the criminalisation of non-molestation orders in this important part of the Act.

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