AVO Lawyers Liverpool

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AVO Lawyers Liverpool: Criminal Law Group

AVO Lawyers Liverpool appear in all AVO proceedings in Sydney Metro and greater.

When an AVO application is issued against you, it is critical to seek legal assistance from an expert AVO Lawyer in Liverpool. An AVO may have a negative impact on your life, on your current or future employment, and limit your ability to contact your family members. At AVO Lawyers Liverpool, we defend defendants to have unfair AVO applications dismissed or varied.

 It is critical that you seek appropriate legal advice from one of our experienced AVO Lawyers in Liverpool in order to understand your legal rights and obligations as a defendant.

We offer a FREE consultation as well as FIXED Fees for all types of AVO matters.

What is an AVO?

An Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) is a court order that restricts the defendant’s behaviour in order to protect another person (s). If you have children, the order may also include provisions to safeguard them.

The defendant must not assault, harass, threaten, stalk, or intimidate the protected person, which is a mandatory requirement for all AVOs (s). If necessary, the court may impose additional conditions. Additional circumstances may prevent you from:

  • approaching or contacting the person who is being safeguarded (s)
  • Going near the protected person’s home or workplace -Approaching the protected person (s)
  • Being in the company of the protected person(s) after having consumed alcohol or illegal drugs.
  • Any further conditions deemed appropriate by the court for the safety and protection of the protected person (s)

What is an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO)?

Domestic violence orders (ADVOs) are issued when the parties involved are related, live together, or are or were in an intimate relationship. If police are approached about a domestic incident, they may be legally obligated to apply for an AVO if they suspect a domestic violence offence has been, is being, or is about to be committed. This occurs even if the victim clearly declares that they do not wish to seek an AVO.

What is an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (APVO)

Apprehended Personal Violence Orders (APVOs) are issued when the parties do not have a domestic connection. In most circumstances, an APVO is initiated by the applicant appearing in court and filing an application through the register. This is a typical sort of AVO between neighbours.

Will an AVO appear on your criminal record?

It is critical to understand that an AVO is not the same as a criminal charge or conviction. An AVO, on the other hand, is recorded in a police database. An AVO can have an influence on your security license, your ability to work with children, and custody issues with your children. Other repercussions may arise as a result of an AVO that are not immediately evident. We urge that you consult with one of our AVO lawyers in Liverpool about your worries about how an AVO will effect you.

How do I vary an AVO?

Our avo lawyers in Liverpool can help you by filing an application in the Local Court on your behalf to modify your AVO requirements. To apply for an AVO, all parties, including the police, the protected person(s), and the defendant, must be notified that an application has been submitted. The local court will then set a date for the application to be heard in front of a Magistrate.

We recommend that you speak with one of our AVO lawyers in Liverpool before applying to vary an AVO. Our lawyers can offer guidance and assistance with the variation application. In addition, we may prepare recommendations to resolve any legal difficulties that may prevent you from changing the AVO.

Can I Revoke an AVO?

Even if a final AVO has been issued, our avo lawyers in Liverpool can assist you by filing an application to revoke your AVO conditions in the Local Court on your behalf. To apply for an AVO, all parties, including the police, the protected person(s), and the defendant, must be notified that an application has been submitted. As part of the application, you must demonstrate a change in circumstance and justify why the AVO should be revoked. The Court must then assess whether the change is serious enough to revoke the AVO. We recommend that you consult with one of our top AVO lawyers in Liverpool before filing an application.

What happens if I breach an AVO?

It is a crime to violate an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO). It is a serious offence with a maximum punishment of two years in prison and a $5,000 fine. A defendant violates an AVO when they knowingly do anything that the AVO prohibits them from doing. The police have the authority to arrest the defendant and charge them with violating the AVO (breaching the AVO).

If you violate an AVO by committing a crime, the police may charge you with additional crimes such as assault, stalking/intimidation, or malicious damage. You must appear in court for the violation as well as any additional charges that may be levied.

If you have violated an AVO, we recommend that you obtain legal advice as quickly as possible. Our staff of AVO lawyers in Liverpool can help and guide you through the process.

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