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Hello and thank you for your question.
If you breached the MRO during its term it is an offence and the mere fact the MRO has not been renewed and is no longer current does not change the fact that you appear to have committed an offence. Moreover, even if your ex is no longer concerned the decision whether to charge you is one for the police, not your ex to decide.
So in short the charges have not been dropped.
I appreciate this is not the answer you were likely hoping for, but it does reflect the reality of your situation.
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Yes, you will have a record if you plead guilty or if you are convicted.
No, you almost certainly won't be remanded in custody, but nevertheless, I do recommend you engage a lawyer. A lawyer may be able to get you off on a section 10 if it is a first offence, which would mean that although you were technically found guilty of the offence, no conviction is to be recorded.
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