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Yes, I'm afraid this is an offence committed in the duration of a suspended sentence. Sadly they can and they almost certainly will activate at least in part.
You could always ask them to make the community order more onerous instead but that would depend upon his history, compliance, nature of the original offence. If its driving, there is no realistic change I'm afraid.
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Yes I understand but I'm afraid it isn't really a choice. The law is very clear I'm afraid
he can probably get the address changed but the issue is whether hte SSO is activated.