Breaching court orders includes breaching conditions of bail, probation, conditional sentence orders, weapons prohibitions, driving prohibitions and failure to appear for court. Any breach offence can have significant repercussions when it comes to the ability to obtain bail and can complicate the successful resolution of outstanding charges. We take a proactive approach by fighting for imposition of the least restrictive conditions to begin with in order to reduce the chance for any possible future breach. We also make sure you understand any court imposed conditions and will seek to vary or remove any conditions that may be difficult to abide by. Being proactive also means negotiating with Crown so that potential breach charges are not laid or are subsequently stayed whenever possible. If breach charges are ultimately laid, we will always examine whether a defence exists due to a reasonable excuse for commission of the breach.