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Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Act 2007

Section 58: Restriction of liberty orders

348.The purpose of this section is to permit breach of a restriction of liberty order to be proved by the evidence of one witness. This provision brings proof of breach of such orders into line with proof of the breach of probation, community service, drug treatment and testing, and supervised attendance orders. Section 245F of the 1995 Act is amended accordingly.

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