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The Criminal Justice (Children) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998

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[F1[F2Breach of relevant orderF5N.I.

F5functions transf. by SR 2003/137

Non-textual amendments applied to the whole Legislation can be found in the Introduction

2(1) Paragraphs 3 and 4 make provision for dealing with an offender if, while a relevant order is in force in respect of him, it is proved to the satisfaction of the [F3relevant court], on the application of the responsible officer, that the offender has failed to comply with any requirement of the order.N.I.

(2) But nothing in those paragraphs prevents the [F4relevant court] from making an order revoking, amending or extending the relevant order under paragraph 5 in such circumstances.

(3) In dealing with an offender under paragraph 3 or 4, a court must take into account the extent to which he has complied with the requirements of the relevant order.

(4) An offender who is required by a youth conference order to submit to treatment for a mental condition, or for a dependency on drugs or alcohol, is not to be treated for the purposes of paragraph 3 or 4 as having failed to comply with that requirement on the ground only that he has refused to undergo any treatment if, in the opinion of the court, his refusal was reasonable having regard to all the circumstances.]]

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