Husband denies charges

Last updated 11:15 24/06/2014

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The husband of a well-known Waikato woman plans to fight two charges of breaching a protection order.

Both charges were laid this month in Hamilton District Court.

The first relates to the man allegedly texting the woman just after being issued with the protection order, while the second relates to the man again, allegedly, communicating with the victim.

The man was remanded on bail until August when an application for permanent name suppression will be heard. 

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- Waikato Times

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