Motorist escapes jail after three-year-old is crushed to death by Land Rover trailer – Daily Telegraph

‘The heartbroken family of a three-year-old boy crushed to death by a runaway trailer yesterday branded the motorist’s sentence a “joke” after he escaped prison.

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Daily Telegraph, 2nd April 2015

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London black cab driver jailed for sex attacks on sleeping women – BBC News

Posted March 31st, 2015 in disqualification, London, news, rape, sentencing, sexual offences, taxis by sally

‘A black cab driver who sexually assaulted two women who fell asleep in his taxi has been jailed for 10 years.’

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BBC News, 30th March 2015

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Dating site ban for ‘serial abuser’ Karl Crimmins – BBC News

‘A “serial abuser” who admitted unlawfully wounding a woman he met online has been banned from joining dating websites.’

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BBC News, 25th March 2015

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Facing a Bar disciplinary tribunal? The odds are increasing that you’ll be disbarred – Legal Futures

Posted March 19th, 2015 in barristers, disciplinary procedures, disqualification, news, reports by sally

‘A third of Bar disciplinary tribunals last year led to disbarment, nearly twice the proportion of 2013, the Bar Tribunals and Adjudication Service’s (BTAS) annual report has shown.’

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Legal Futures, 18th March 2015

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Neknominate goldfish man banned from owning fish – BBC News

‘A man who was filmed swallowing a goldfish for the Neknominate online drinking game has been been banned from owning fish for five years.’

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BBC News, 2nd March 2015

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Barrister disbarred for practising without valid PC – Law Society’s Gazette

Posted February 26th, 2015 in barristers, crime, disciplinary procedures, disqualification, fines, news by sally

‘A barrister has been disbarred after he was found to have practised for almost 10 months without a valid practising certificate.’

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Law Society’s Gazette, 23rd February 2015

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Teacher gets life-long ban from profession after admitting affair with student – The Independent

Posted February 26th, 2015 in disqualification, news, professional conduct, teachers by sally

‘A 26-year-old teacher has been disqualified from the profession for life after she admitted to an affair with a student.’

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The Independent, 25th February 2015

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Barrister convicted of CS gas offences disbarred after second disciplinary hearing – Legal Futures

Posted December 4th, 2014 in barristers, criminal records, disciplinary procedures, disqualification, news by sally

‘A barrister who successfully appealed the decision of a previous disciplinary tribunal was yesterday ordered by a new tribunal panel to be disbarred.’

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Legal Futures, 3rd December 2014

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Cellino and Leeds United in Troubled Waters – Sports Law Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers

Posted December 4th, 2014 in company directors, criminal records, disqualification, news, sport, tax evasion by sally

‘The Football League finally got their man. But is it too late? Will Massimo Cellino and Leeds United yet sail off into the clear blue sea?’

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Sports Law Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers, 3rd December 2014

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Barristers disbarred for repeatedly refusing to pay tribunal fines – Legal Futures

Posted November 13th, 2014 in barristers, costs, disciplinary procedures, disqualification, fines, news, tribunals by tracey

‘Two barristers have been disbarred for repeatedly refusing to pay a total of almost £12,000 between them in fines and costs.’

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Legal Futures, 13th November 2014

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Street Tweet not so neat – Sports Law Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers

Posted November 11th, 2014 in disqualification, fines, freedom of expression, internet, news, sport by tracey

‘Football managers and coaches are not infrequently subjected to disciplinary sanctions by football regulatory bodies for speaking out about referees and such like. It is comparatively rarer for players to be sanctioned for expressing themselves, although this has now happened twice to QPR and sometime England midfielder and avid tweeter Rio Ferdinand.’

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Sports Law Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers, 10th November 2014

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Abertillery care home nurses struck off over ‘shocking failings’ – BBC News

Posted October 2nd, 2014 in care homes, disciplinary procedures, disqualification, news, nurses by tracey

‘Two nurses whose care led to “avoidable harm to vulnerable patients” at an Abertillery care home have been struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.’

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BBC News, 1st October 2014

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Jail for solicitor who kept on practising after being struck off – Legal Futures

Posted September 25th, 2014 in disqualification, guilty pleas, imprisonment, news, sentencing, solicitors by sally

‘A solicitor has been jailed for practising despite being struck off nearly two years ago in what is thought to be the first time a court has imposed an immediate custodial sentence for such an offence.’

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Legal Futures, 25th September 2014

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NHS heart expert and three colleagues jailed for £1m fraud – Daily Telegraph

Posted September 4th, 2014 in company directors, conspiracy, disqualification, fraud, health, news, sentencing by sally

‘John Mulholland who has an international reputation and is published widely in academic journals, billed the NHS £1.1 million for work that was never done.’

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Daily Telegraph, 3rd September 2014

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William Allitt School teacher Christopher Mallinson banned – BBC News

Posted August 28th, 2014 in disqualification, news, professional conduct, teachers by sally

‘A former assistant head teacher who kissed and hugged a pupil has been banned from teaching.’

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BBC News, 28th August 2014

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‘Toilet phone’ teacher Andrew Eades gets life ban – BBC News

Posted July 31st, 2014 in disciplinary procedures, disqualification, news, teachers, voyeurism by michael

‘A teacher who set his mobile phone to record in a secondary school’s toilets has been banned from the profession for life.’

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BBC News, 31st July 2014

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Ashraf v General Dental Council – WLR Daily

Ashraf v General Dental Council [2014] EWHC 2618 (Admin);  [2014] WLR (D) 342

‘Whilst it was not inherently unfair for a regulator to pursue disciplinary charges against a professional where he had been acquitted of substantially the same charges in the criminal courts, that did not mean that there would not be circumstances in which it might well be unfair to proceed.’

WLR Daily, 29th July 2014

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Regina v Langley – WLR Daily

Posted June 19th, 2014 in crime, disqualification, driving licences, firearms, law reports, sentencing by sally

Regina v Langley [2014] WLR (D) 238

‘Older authorities on sentencing had to be considered in the light of the requirement in section 125 of the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 that definitive sentencing guidelines had to be followed. Further, the power in section 147 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 to impose a disqualification from driving was exercisable in relation to a conspiracy to rob where the defendant was the getaway driver.’

WLR Daily, 12th June 2014

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Kaneria’s life ban upheld – Sports Law Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers

Posted May 8th, 2014 in appeals, arbitration, disqualification, news, sport by tracey

‘The Commercial Court has dismissed a challenge by Pakistani international bowler Danish Kaneria to a lifetime ban upheld by the Appeal Panel of the England & Wales Cricket Board’s Disciplinary Commission (“ECB”).’

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Sports Law Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers, 7th May 2014

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Danish Kaneria’s life ban from cricket upheld by the high court – The Guardian

Posted May 6th, 2014 in appeals, costs, disciplinary procedures, disqualification, news, sport by tracey

‘Danish Kaneria, the former Essex and Pakistan spinner who was given a life ban after a disciplinary panel concluded that he had encouraged a team-mate to underperform, has lost a high court fight with the England and Wales Cricket Board.’

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The Guardian, 6th May 2014

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