If it is proved1 to the satisfaction of a magistrates' court before which an offender2 appears or is brought3 that he has failed without reasonable excuse4 to comply with any of the requirements of a community order5, the court must (or, as from a day to be appointed, may) deal with him in respect of the failure in any one of the following ways:
(1) by amending the terms of the community order so as to impose more onerous requirements which the court could include if it were then making the order6;
(2) by ordering the offender to pay
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