The Gold Coast Bulletin has reported on a Bandidos bikie being charged with a number of offences including unlawful stalking, contravening a domestic violence order, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, wilful damage, unlicensed driving and obstruct police.
Police attended at a home on Amaranth Crescent following a number of calls to triple-0 and found a car repeatedly driving into the garage. It is not known at this stage whether the alleged offender was attending the home of an ex-partner or associate. For the full report please see – http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/bandidos-bikie-charged-with-unlawful-stalking-following-dramatic-incident-at-upper-coomera/news-story/4086dbc98c4ea27ba3c8ee1150ca370b
McLaughlins Lawyers welcomes police action that takes breaches of domestic violence orders seriously.
A domestic violence order will be made by the Magistrates Court when the Magistrate is satisfied that there is a relevant relationship between the Applicant and Respondent, an act of domestic violence has occurred and it is necessary or desirable that an order be made. A contravention of a domestic violence order can result in criminal charges.
If you need advice regarding the making or opposing of a domestic violence order, or want to understand your rights and obligations, we invite you to contact McLaughlins Lawyers today on (07) 5591 5099.
Author: Nicole Fitzgibbon
Partner: Sophie Pearson