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Administration of Justice refers to interference in any form in the functioning of the Court. Charges can include failing to comply with bail, obstructing police, obstructing justice, perjury, or faiingl to appear. If you’re found guilty of violating your bail you may face penalties (including jail time) in addition to a criminal record.

Those found guilty of violating their bail will often find it much more difficult to receive another release on bail in the future. Given the consequences of being found guilty, it’s crucial to hire a lawyer capable of defending against these types of allegations.

The best way to approach the situation, understand your rights and formulate a winning defence is to speak to a lawyer who has knowledge and experience in the areas that most affect you.

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