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This is how I solved it
Unfortunately, I don't know any magic JQL to get the specific time the breach occured, the only option that could help here, as I see, may be to install an additional SLA plugin that allows monitoring the time a ticket breached it's SLA.
I can recommend to try SLA Time and Report for Jira add-on, where you can monitor it on the Main Page's grid:
Is it what you need?
And let me know if you need more information or some help. As this add-on was created by my team, and we will be glad to tell you more how to work with SLA Time and Report for Jira add-on, or conduct a demo call for you.
Have an amazing day!
Use the below guide to find the issues
"Time to first response" = breached()
For a specific time, it does not work that way.
breached or not breached, that's all