Jilted bride-to-be smashed up ex-fiancé’s car after he refused to pay for her unworn wedding dress – Daily Telegraph

‘A jilted bride-to-be smashed her ex-fiance’s car with a hammer after he refused to pay for the wedding dress she never had the chance to wear.’

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Daily Telegraph, 6th June 2016

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Dominatrix who ‘outed’ client to his employers is convicted of stalking – Daily Telegraph

Posted January 15th, 2016 in harassment, news, prostitution, restraining orders by sally

‘Escort given restraining order preventing her from contacting supercar sales executive after sending details to bosses of his ‘submissive sexual lifestyle’.’

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Daily Telegraph, 15th January 2016

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The Importance of Keeping Promises: Warner-Lambert Company LLC v Sandoz GmbH and Others – NIPC Law

Posted December 15th, 2015 in appeals, medicines, news, patents, restraining orders by sally

‘In Swiss Style Claims: Warner-Lambert Companv Actavis 25 Jan 2015 I explained that Warner-Lambert LLC had a patent for a drug called pregabalin for treating epilepsy and GAD (generalized anxiety disorder). That patent expired in 2013 although the monopoly was extended for a short time by a supplementary protection certificate which has now lapsed. Warner-Lambert discovered a new use for pregabalin in the treatment of neuropathic pain for which it was granted a new patent. Actavis sought the revocation of the new patent on grounds of obviousness and insufficiency and applied for permission to market pregabalin for the treatment of epilepsy and GAD. The case that I discussed in my case note was an unsuccessful attempt by Warner-Lambert to impose conditions on the sale of pregabilin in the UK (see Warner -Lambert Company, LLC v Actavis Group Ptc EHF and others [2015] EWHC 72 (Pat)).’

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NIPC Law, 9th December 2015

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Who got the dogs out? – Nearly Legal

Posted November 19th, 2015 in animals, housing, mortgages, news, restraining orders, striking out by tracey

‘Moosun, & Ors v HSBC Bank Plc (t/a First Direct) [2015] EWHC 3308 (Ch). This was a part – surely now the end part – of a long running saga of a mortgage possession and sale. The novel (if unsurprising) point of law concerned the “Ors” in this claim. You will have to read on – or skip to the end of the post, for that.’

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Nearly Legal, 18th November 2015

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Self-help author targeted by stalker for seven years after showing kindness to him on trans-Atlantic flight – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 18th, 2015 in harassment, news, restraining orders, sentencing, stalking by tracey

‘A stalker terrorised a best-selling author for seven-years after when she sat next to him on a trans-Atlantic flight.’

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Daily Telegraph, 17th November 2015

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“I don’t see how a dog could give instructions,” says judge as he throws out case – Litigation Futures

Posted November 17th, 2015 in animals, litigants in person, news, restraining orders, striking out by tracey

‘A litigant in person’s bid to sue HSBC and their solicitors Shoosmiths on behalf of two dogs has led the High Court to describe her as “one of those very rare litigants” against whom a two-year general civil restraint order had to be made.’

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Litigation Futures, 16th November 2015

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I wish I could pass a longer jail term, judge tells stalker – Daily Telegraph

‘Judge speaks of frustration at only being able to jail a stalker, who drove female GP to a mental breakdown, for five years.’

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Daily Telegraph, 26th May 2015

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Penelope Mellor given restraining order after stalking campaigner Shy Keenan – BBC News

Posted April 17th, 2015 in harassment, internet, news, restraining orders by sally

‘A woman who stalked an anti-child abuse campaigner by “bombarding” her with Twitter messages has been given a restraining order for five years.’

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BBC News, 18th April 2015

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Military historian jailed for exposing himself to farmer overturns restraining order – Daily Telegraph

‘Military historian Kenneth Ward who was jailed in 2011 for exposing himself to a female neighbour is told he can move back to his former home after a restraining order is relaxed.’

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Daily Telegraph, 6th April 2015

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Woman jailed for pouring scalding water over husband – The Guardian

‘A woman who poured scalding water over her husband after he failed to satisfy her “unrealistic” financial demands has been jailed for four years.’

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The Guardian, 24th March 2015

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City worker nicknamed ‘Shagger’ jailed for campaign of threats against women – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 23rd, 2015 in domestic violence, harassment, news, restraining orders, sentencing by sally

‘Married father Michael Nartey sentenced after terrorising five lovers – some of whom also had children by him – in vile campaign of abusive text messages.’

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Daily Telegraph, 22nd March 2015

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Regina v Chinegwundoh – WLR Daily

Regina v Chinegwundoh [2014] EWCA Crim 2649; [2015] WLR (D) 18

‘A finding that a person under a disability had done the acts charged against him was not an acquittal and did not therefore give the court the power to make a restraining order under section 5A of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.’

WLR Daily, 20th January 2015

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Man jailed for WhatsApp ‘revenge porn’ after posting images of woman online – The Guardian

‘A 21-year-old man is believed to have become the first person in the UK to be jailed for posting revenge porn online.’

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The Guardian, 14th November 2014

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Peterborough men jailed for plotting miscarriage attack – BBC News

‘A man who plotted to have his pregnant lover beaten up in order to get rid of their unborn child has been jailed.’

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BBC News, 12th August 2014

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Director of the Serious Fraud Office v B – WLR Daily

Director of the Serious Fraud Office v B [2014] UKSC 23; [2014] WLR (D) 151

‘A person who had been extradited to the United Kingdom for trial on a criminal charge, and who prior to his extradition had been guilty of contempt of court by disobeying a court order, could be punished for the contempt notwithstanding that it was not the basis of his extradition.’

WLR Daily, 2nd April 2014

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Man who held woman and boy in ‘armed’ Lincoln siege is jailed – BBC News

‘A man who pointed a pistol at police before carrying out a four-hour siege, trapping his estranged wife and a young boy in a flat, has been jailed.’

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BBC News, 3rd December 2013

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Judge refuses to allow husband and wife to rekindle their marriage – Daily Telegraph

Posted September 9th, 2013 in domestic violence, married persons, news, restraining orders, telecommunications by tracey

“A judge has refused to allow husband and wife to rekindle their marriage despite them both pleading for a restraining order to be lifted, saying they must first prove they can get on over the phone.”

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Daily Telegraph, 8th September 2013

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‘Highly intelligent’ schoolboy jailed for life for attempting to kill 12-year-old girl by ‘gutting her like a pig’ after she spurned sexual advances – The Independent

Posted August 15th, 2013 in attempts, children, murder, news, rape, restraining orders, sentencing by sally

“A ‘highly intelligent’ schoolboy has been sentenced to a minimum of seven years for attempting to murder a 12-year-old girl by “gutting her like a pig” with a blunt pen-knife after she spurned his sexual advances.”

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The Independent, 14th August 2013

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Stalking advocacy group for victims launches – BBC News

Posted July 11th, 2013 in harassment, news, police, restraining orders, stalking, victims by sally

“An advocacy group for stalking victims in England and Wales – the first of its kind – is to be launched later.”

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BBC News, 11th July 2013

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Huntsman Brian Fraser jailed over unlicensed gun after he was cleared of shooting ex-lover – The Independent

Posted March 18th, 2013 in DNA, evidence, firearms, grievous bodily harm, news, restraining orders by sally

“A huntsman who was cleared of shooting his former lover outside her country home has been jailed for eight months for possessing a firearm without a licence.”

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The Independent, 18th March 2013

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