The power to make drinking banning orders was introduced in 20061 and brought into force on various dates between 2009 and 20102. The purpose of drinking banning orders was to protect other persons from criminal or disorderly conduct by the subject while he is under the influence of alchohol3, by prohibiting him from doing the things specified in the order4. Orders could be made:
(1) by a court on conviction, where the offender was shown to be under the influence of alcohol at the time of the offence5
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