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33 Bull Street
B e f o r e :
|BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL||Applicant|
Solicitor for the Respondent: MR HICKOCK
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HIS HONOUR JUDGE McKENNA:
"The defendant, whether by himself, or by instructing, encouraging or allowing any other person, shall not use or threaten to use violence, harass or intimidate any person, cause nuisance or annoyance to any person, including but not limited to, entering or trespassing in gardens, causing damage to or defacing motor vehicles, verbal threats, bullying and harassment, throwing, kicking stones or other objects at any person, property or vehicle or driving or being carried in any vehicle which is being driven in a dangerous manner or is being driven in a park, enter the area outlined in green on map one attached except that he may enter the area outlined in blue for the sole purpose of access to and from his home address [which at that time was 76 Tavistock Road, Acocks Green, Birmingham] by using the route outlined in blue."
He was also prevented from associating or gathering, whether individually or as a group, with a number of named individuals and finally he was prohibited from approaching, communicating or contacting by any means whatsoever any of another named group of individuals.
MR HICKOCK: Yes, I have already explained, your honour, that clearly if he were to come before the courts again both the suspended committal orders would be consecutive to each other and also—
THE JUDGE: Absolutely, yes.
MR HICKOCK: —consecutive to any fresh term imposed.
THE JUDGE: Exactly. Thank you very much, Mr Hickock. Thank you very much. Is there anything else from Birmingham City Council?
COUNSEL FOR THE APPLICANT: No, your honour.
THE JUDGE: No, all right.