Neither man is named to protect the identity of the victims.
One of the men, a 37-year-old from Orange, was sentenced to one-month in jail for contravening the apprehended domestic violence order and resisting a police officer in the execution of their duty.
Magistrate David Day found he could not give the man any alternative than full-time jail because the son was homeless and would return to his mother's house despite an apprehended domestic violence order being in place forbidding him not to visit.
The man had been in custody since September 16, when he was arrested for the offences.
Mr Day said the man has a history of diagnosed mental health issues and there are steps under way to find him some accommodation but it would take about two weeks.
"If I let him out today he's going to find his way back to mum's, mum will call the police," Mr Day said.
At the time of his arrest the man was subject to conditional release after being sentenced for previous domestic violence matters relating to his mother, and he is on a Community Correction Order until 2023.
According to police, an enforceable ADVO is in place until May 10, 2023, forbidding the man from going within 150 metres of where his mother lives or works. However, at 9am on September 16, police visited her and she said her son had been at the housed yelling and swearing but left before police arrived.
She said he had stayed at the house since September 6, when he was released from jail.
While police were there, they discovered the man had returned and they found him sitting in the loungeroom but he pulled his hand away when they went to arrest and handcuff him.
In another matter, a 21-year-old man, also from Orange, was fined $550 for common assault and $330 for damaging a wall and a bedroom door in his mother's house. He was not present in court.
According to police, he picked up a wooden chair and threw it at the victim hitting her left side causing pain but no injuries at 9.15am on February 12, when she refused to give him a cigarette.
She yelled at him to "get the f*** out of my house" and he kicked her bedroom door causing "pieces of wood to fly everywhere" according to police.
He also punched a large hole in the loungeroom wall and threw the victim's phone on the floor causing the screen to shatter.
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