In July 2011 a 78 year old man was charged for criminal harasment. His sentence was 18 month probation and a restraining order which restrained him from driving down the vitcim's street or contacting her. <p> In July 2012 he violated his restraining order by driving down the road in which she lives, he was arrested and has to appear in court on August 21. What should we expect for a sentence and what should he do before his court date?</p>
Answer by John P Gustafson
British Columbia lawyer
Posted over 7 years ago
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