CASES heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Monday, November 24, included: Aaron Carroll, 24, of Windsor Street, Spon End, admitted breaching a non-molestation order by sending three Facebook messages, and was found guilty of breaching a non-molestation order by attending an address.
What does NMO stand for?
NMO stands for Non-Molestation Order
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- National Measurement Office (UK)
- National Member Organisation
- Nederlandse Moslim Omroep (Dutch: Dutch Muslim Broadcasting)
- Network Maintenance Operative
- Network Management Operations
- Network Mode of Operation (GSM)
- Neuromyelitis Optica
- New Management Orientation
- New Motorola (antenna mounting)
- Non-Magnetic Option (antenna)
- nonmachinable outside (US Postal Service; manually handled US postal mail)
- Normal Moveout
- Number of Methods Overridden
- Nursing and Midwifery Order (UK)
- National Mail Order Association, LLC
- New Mexico Optometric Association
- New Mexico Orthopaedic Association
- New Mexico Orthopedic Associates
- Norwegian Maritime Officers Association
- Norwegian Media Ownership Authority
Samples in periodicals archive:
Miller, of Barnaby Place, Guisborough, pleaded guilty to attempted grievous bodily harm with intent, breaching a non-molestation order and acting in breach of a non-molestation order.
The addict again breached a non-molestation order aimed at keeping him away from his mum by turning up at her home two days in a row demanding cash.
Owen of Bodhyfryd Road in Llandudno, appeared from custody at Flintshire magistrates'' court at Mold on Saturday and admitted two charges of acting in a threatening manner and being in breach of a non-molestation order issued by Chester county court on April 24.
I took a non-molestation order against him - it didn't matter.
The accused, from Dungannon, Co Tyrone, faces charges of harassment and breach of a non-molestation order.
On December 22, Pontypridd County Court had issued a non-molestation order in Mrs Davies' favour prohibiting her husband from intimidating or pestering her, from threatening violence and not to occupy the matrimonial bedroom.
This case concerned an application made under the Family Homes and Domestic Violence (Northern Ireland) Order 1998 for a non-molestation order and an occupation order.