Jari Wise hit and killed by a car in Huonville, south of Hobart

'Domestic violence against men is real': Shattered mother of man hit and killed by a car weeps in rage as her son's lover walks free from court Jari Wise, 26, died after being struck by a car in Tasmania on Saturday His girlfriend Melissa Oates, 34, was driving the car and was arrested at scene  She was charged with four breaches of a police family violence order Circumstances of the crash are under investigation and no one was charged  Do you know more? Email [email protected] 

By Nic White For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 07:12 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 07:13 GMT, 1 March 2020

The grieving mother of a young dad killed when he was struck by a car in mysterious circumstances claims courts don't take domestic violence against men seriously.

Jari Wise, 26, died after being struck by a car in Huonville, south of Hobart, just before 1.30am on Saturday as he was walking along Wilmot Road.

His girlfriend Melissa Oates, 34, who was driving the car, was arrested at the scene and charged with four breaches of a police family violence order.

Detectives are investigating the crash and have not come to a conclusion about why Mr Wise died, or laid any charges over his death.

Jari Wise, 26, died after being struck by a car in Tasmania and his girlfriend Melissa Oates, 34, was arrested at the scene and charged with four breaches of a police family violence order

Jari Wise, 26, died after being struck by a car in Tasmania and his girlfriend Melissa Oates, 34, was arrested at the scene and charged with four breaches of a police family violence order

Ms Oates was given bail on Sunday by the Hobart Magistrates Court, enraging Mr Wise's mother Faith Tkalac.

She claimed if it he, as a man, who had breached the FVO he would still be in

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