breach of the peace


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breach of the peace

Law an offence against public order causing an unnecessary disturbance of the peace
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Elsewhere, a 29-year-old New Stevenston man was reported to the procurator fiscal for alleged assault and breach of the peace.
The duo conspired to commit the felony by conducting themselves in a manner likely to cause a breach of the peace, the prosecution alleged.
A police spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that a 47-year-old man was reported to the procurator fiscal for an alleged assault and a 60-year-old man for an alleged homophobic breach of the peace during an incident in Maryhill Road on August 26.
Even though a repo agent is an independent contractor, a secured party who hires one will still be held personally liable for a breach of the peace.
Police Scotland said: "A man was arrested for an alleged breach of the peace and later released on an undertaking to appear in court.
Gina Maguire, 35, of Delamore Street, L4, charged with breach of the peace - bound over for 12 months.
Michael Caulfield, 26, of Heath Road, Bedworth, admitted causing a breach of the peace.
A MAN appeared in court naked yesterday as he denied committing a breach of the peace by walking close to a children's play park while wearing no clothes.
London, Nov 7 (ANI): Rangers reserve goalkeeper Grant Adam has been charged in connection with an alleged sectarian breach of the peace.
Summary: A football fan cleared of assaulting Celtic manager Neil Lennon has been jailed for eight months for a breach of the peace.
A 19-year man and 42-year-old woman were held for breach of the peace.
Burn, 45, of Gower Walk, Felling, admitted causing a breach of the peace and was bound over for six months in the sum of pounds 100.