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Breaching a DVO in QLD

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    Posted: 06/June/2012 at 22:59
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  Quote MartinO Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06/June/2012 at 23:09
I cant answer your questions, others may be able to do so, however just some guidance, which you may be aware of, but I'll say it anyway for others reading this.

If his DVO states no contact, then this also applies to you, you must not contact him or cause him to breach the DVO. eg you are shopping in a supermarket and spot him coming down the isle towards you, you must avoid him and preferably leave the store right away.
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  Quote countryguy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14/June/2012 at 18:53
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  Quote demure Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15/June/2012 at 12:17
Goliath, Buy new sim cards and get new numbers - keep just one for contact with children..I know its a hassle but it will stop 300+ messages.....

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  Quote BD Eye Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17/June/2012 at 17:01
One thing you can do is have all of the evidence put together so the police can act. It's great to say, lets get the police to intervene, but the reality is, they are stretched. If you can present all the evidence to them in a manner that is admissable, relevant and reliable then you have made their job that much easier and they will be able to take the necessary steps to have the ex prosecuted for contravening the protection order.
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