A serial bail violator who will be sentenced at the end of November for eight outstanding charges including drug possession and breaching a community-based order has been slammed by a South West Magistrate for failing to “fix himself up”. Jason Neil Selkirk, 41, appeared in Manjimup Magistrates Court on Thursday after being arrested that morning for breaching a bail order he was issued at his previous court appearance. Selkirk has been charged with three counts of breaching bail, three counts of breaching a community-based order, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. He pleaded guilty to all charges. Magistrate Linda Keane asked why the Manjimup man constantly breached bail orders he was ordered to follow, with Mr Selkirk stating he was “trying to fix myself up”. Ms Keane said his extensive history did not show a real willingness to change his attitude. “I have got 12 pages of you trying to fix yourself up,” she said. With nine bail violation convictions against him, Ms Keane warned the man if he were to continue not abiding by the court’s rulings, he risked serious punishment. Duty lawyer Gemma Horstman, representing Selkirk, said he had taken steps to better his living situation and cut down on his drug use. To ensure he arrives on his sentencing date, magistrate Keane placed the man under a $500 surety, which is the amount of money Selkirk would need to pay if he failed to show up, and issued a $1000 bail undertaking for the man. Selkirk will be sentenced for his charges on November 25 at Manjimup Magistrates Court.