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ASBO

Brit anti-social behaviour order: a civil order made against a persistently anti-social individual which restricts his or her activitities or movements, a breach of which results in criminal charges
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Taylor, of High Street, Brotton, pleaded guilty to theft and two counts of breaching an anti-social behaviour order.
Solicitor Ian Whiteley, representing Bentley, said: "He concedes that the anti-social behaviour order is necessary.
Parliament could not have intended that anti-social behaviour orders be used against peaceful protesters exercising their right to freedom of expression and peaceful protest under the Human Rights Act.
Robert Anthony Waller, 18, of Arundel Road, Grangetown, given an anti-social behaviour order for anti-social behaviour.
However, figures from the city council reveal only two anti-social behaviour orders have been secured by the Respect team and tougher action against offenders was urged today.
The original anti-social behaviour order was imposed on Turner in June 2002.
Daniel Pinder, aged 28, of Balsall Heath, was jailed for 26 weeks and given a twoyear criminal anti-social behaviour order (CRASBO) by Solihull Magistrates.
A SERIAL streaker yesterday avoided an anti-social behaviour order which would have banned him from exposing himself at public events.
Notorious purse snatcher William Armstrong has appeared in court accused of theft and breaching his anti-social behaviour order.
If someone is a persistent offender, they can be hit with an anti-social behaviour order.
A GREAT-GRANDFATHER who is believed to be the oldest man in Britain to be subject to an anti-social behaviour order yesterday told a court he was ``too intelligent'' to break it and risk being jailed.
Officers went to the village and subsequently arrested a girl on suspicion of breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order.