Bendigo man Claude Critchley has pleaded guilty to two charges of contravening a personal safety intervention order, but will contest one other charge.
In the Bendigo Magistrates Court yesterday, Critchley admitted to two counts of breaching an intervention order in the Bendigo CBD.
The offences are alleged to have taken place last year in breach of a 12-month community corrections order handed down last March.
Critchley pleaded not guilty to one other count of breaching an intervention order. His defence lawyer Peter Baker argued that Critchley was unaware of the harm in the incident.
Critchley will face a hearing in Bendigo Magistrates Court on April 22.