Breach of Non-Molestation Order Lawyers

Updated on Tuesday 03rd October 2023

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The breach of a non-molestation order is a situation that can be solved with the help of our lawyers. When you violate such an order, you can be detained by the police or even imprisoned, if the circumstances are of such a nature. Find out from our breach of non-molestation order lawyers what you need to do to be successful in your case.
 Quick Facts  
 What is a non-molestation order?   An order or special injunction issued by the court of law to protect victims against domestic violence.

 Cases in which a non-molestation order is issued

 - domestic violence,

- abuse,

- sexual harassment,

- emotional and financial abuse

Parties involved in a non-molestation order  

 Applicant and respondent

 Purpose of a non-molestation order in UK  To prevent further abuse for ex-partners. 
What happens if a non-molestation order is breached? 

 Individuals breaching a non-molestation order can face penalties and/or imprisonment up to 5 years.

How to apply for a non-molestation order  

Our criminal defence lawyers can provide legal advice and propose specific strategies for the presented case. 

What should I do if a non-molestation order is breached? 

Immediately contact the police and discuss your situation with our criminal defence solicitor in London for further legal recommendations. 

 Who issues a non-molestation order?

 The Court of Law

 Conditions imposed by a non-molestation order

 Not contacting nor approaching the applicant

 Fast issuance of a non-molestation order (YES/NO)  YES 
 Does a non-molestation order expire? (YES/NO) 


 Further legal protection can be issued after the expiry date (YES/NO)


 Power of arrest

 Mentioned in a non-molestation order. It can be applied if the order is breached.

Witness declaration 

Made by the victim if the non-molestation order is breached by the abuser. 

Reasons to choose our criminal defence solicitors in London 

- experience in representing victims of domestic abuse,

- support in applying for a non-molestation order,

- affordable costs 

What is a non-molestation order?

Couples and even family relationships where verbal, physical, and sexual abuse take place are unpleasant. Emotional or financial abuse is also discussed, and those in this situation can approach the court and ask for help, such as a non-molestation order. Here is what this means in a few lines, with the mention that you can get in touch with us for a breach of a non-molestation order:
  • Molestation can also involve aggressive and intimidating behavior toward a person. The latter can be in the situation of being repeatedly harassed or controlled, without having any trace of defense or power to get out of this situation.
  • Physical and sexual abuse is perhaps the most terrible situation that a person can experience. Contacting breach of non-molestation order lawyers is highly recommended.
  • In this case, the court will take into account the situation described, based on the evidence, and then issue a non-molestation order.
  • A non-molestation order can be considered an injunction to stop abuse from a partner or family member. Contact us if you face a breach of a non-molestation order.

We emphasize the fact that it is important to get in touch with one of our breach of non-molestation order lawyers to understand what happens if such an order is not respected.

Breach of non-molestation order – What happens to the victim and the offender

There are many cases of breach of a non-molestation order, where the victims suffer. Practically, the people who should be protected by this order may experience the same violent treatment, harassment, and/or abuse.

Non-molestation order breach by the applicant assumes that the person who requested this type of protection order is still in contact with the harasser, under certain circumstances. There may also be a case where the protected person needs medical treatment in a hospital in the area where the abuser lives. Normally, a non-molestation order breach by the applicant should not take place in any form, but if you encounter such situations, you can request legal help from our breach of non-molestation order lawyers.

There are also cases of breach of non-molestation order reasonable excuse. This presupposes that, without permission, the person who is protected by this order came across as the one who abused or harassed her, although they should not have been less than 100 meters away from each other. Pocket dialing is another example of breach of non-molestation order reasonable excuse, and this assumes that the protected person is called by mistake by the abuser. We mention that a breach of a non-molestation order is considered a criminal offence, so contact our specialists.

We also remind you that people accused of drug abuse and/or drug use can be legally represented by our drug solicitors. They have the necessary experience to be able to analyze the presented case and offer optimal solutions from the very beginning. You can contact us for all the necessary information.

Statistics about domestic abuse in the UK

According to,uk, the rate of domestic violence increased by approximately 6% during the pandemic period, due to the bans imposed, compared to the previous year. Here are some interesting figures:
  • More than 845,000 domestic abuse cases were registered with the police, between March 2020 and March 2021.
  • For 100 reported domestic abuse crimes, around 33 people were detained, according to data from the same period.

If you want legal support for a breach of a non-molestation order, we invite you to contact us as soon as possible. Our breach of non-molestation order lawyers are at your disposal with specialized help.