I am separated from my wife and our 2 children attend the same school together. The children reside with their mother and will not allow me any contact with them at all. There is much conflict between my wife and I, and she has had me falsely charged and convicted of domestic violence. I have never harmed her in any way, neither would I. Out of concern for my children's welfare, I recently sent an email to an administrator of the school which my children attend, explaining them of the situation and everything I stated in the email was the complete truth. I have now been charged with a "Breach of Domestic Violence" for sending the email to the school. According to the Police, the breach was in relation to "The respondent be of good behaviour to the aggrieved". If I have not contacted the aggrieved, my wife, and have stated the truth, which can be proven, and my main intention was for the wellbeing of my children, then how have I breached the order with regards to "good behaviour". I am completely confused!