Breach and Administration of Justice Charges

The consequences breaking promises to the court

Breach and Administration of Justice explains the many types of conditions that courts put in place during the term that a person is dealing with the court. When an individual breaks the law they have an obligation to endure consequences set out by the court. Breaches can be minor or major infractions. However, the court system is very strict about not adhering to conditions or terms regardless of the seriousness. A broken promise to the court is not tolerated and usually results in serious obstacles for individuals involved in the court system. The more broken promises, the tighter a person becomes entangled in the system. This workshop outlines the importance of following court conditions and the consequences of not following them. People attending the workshop tend to be young adults from the ages of about 12 to 25.

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
Comic Book - Breach
DVD - Fighting Chance
Publication - Pardon Me