An Orange man who repeatedly breached Apprehended Violence Orders that were in place to protect his mother has been convicted in Orange Local Court.
The 36-year-old Orange man is not named to protect the identity of the victim and was not present in court for sentencing.
He was arrested on July 26 and August 5 after police visited the victim's house in search of the man who was wanted on outstanding warrants.
He was at the address both times despite being banned from visiting as part of his AVO.
Magistrate David Day convicted him and placed him on four concurrent 12-month Community Correction Orders for the two offences as well as breaching two existing CCOs.
The orders require him to remain in treatment for undisclosed mental health issues.
Mr Day also convicted him without further penalty for failing to appear in court on July 28.
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