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Enforcing Non-Molestation Orders in the Criminal and County Courts

Date: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.