Timothy is the beneficiary of a cascading series of breached good behaviour orders and ever further suspended sentences.
The sentence has what to some will be a surprising line of thinking:
The breach of a Good Behaviour Order made when a sentence of imprisonment is suspended will generally require the court to consider seriously activating the sentence that has been suspended. In this jurisdiction, however, as I noted in Saga v Reid  ACTSC 59 at , there is no presumption in favour of activation.
Is that something you’d like the Legislative Assembly to look at clearing up?
Timothy has been fined $1,250, had the length of his order continued, and will do 150 hours of community service on top of his other obligations.