I have court tomorrow about a break of a dvo due to me going to the police station for help with my ex and what I could

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Customer: I have court tomorrow about a break of a dvo due to me going to the police station for help with my ex and what I could do and i showed them a argument we had over txt just to show what I was feeling with they when and talked to her been while she and I both have had a talk and things where getting better then the police officer that I was talking to ended up charging me with a breach just don't understand because I want to them for help?
JA: What are the exact charges? Is this a first-time offense?
Customer: As in the dvo or what they charged me with after I seen them? And yes my fist offense
JA: Where did this occur? Criminal law varies by state.
Customer: Qld
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: Just want to know where I stand
Answered by Daniel in 7 mins 1 year ago
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Hello
The DVO i assume is to not argue with the ex partner, or at worst not contact her at all.
What you have done via text appears to be a breach.
That simple.
I would strongly suggest considering a plea of guilty with an explanation in this matter.

There is a DVO. Even if things are getting better, there is still a DVO. It needs to be lifted before contact.

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