Ben John: Extremist ordered to read books is jailed – BBC News

‘A man told by a judge to read classic literature after being found guilty of a terrorism offence will be jailed after a suspended sentence was quashed.’

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BBC News, 19th January 2022

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Neo-Nazi terror offender ordered to read Jane Austen ‘resumed interest in far-right extremism within days’, court told – The Independent

‘A neo-Nazi terror offender who was spared jail and ordered to read Jane Austen resumed his interest in far-right extremism within days, a court has heard.’

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The Independent, 19th January 2022

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Jury foreman sentenced over internet research – Law Society’s Gazette

‘A foreman of a jury who carried out internet research that led to the conviction of a defendant has been given a suspended prison sentence. Timothy Chapman, 62, caused other members of the split jury at Huntingdon Crown Court to change their mind after using a search engine to ask the question: “How hard is it to break bones?”’

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Law Society's Gazette, 16th January 2022

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Man who wore banned Palestine groups T-shirts in Jewish area gets suspended term – The Independent

‘A man who wore T-shirts supporting banned Palestinian groups among Jewish communities in north London has been handed a suspended jail sentence.’

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The Independent, 17th December 2021

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Katie Price drink-driving crash: Star given suspended jail term – BBC News

‘A judge told TV personality Katie Price she was lucky to avoid prison at her sentencing for a drink-driving crash.’

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BBC News, 15th December 2021

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SFO v Petrofac: Plea bargain versus DPAs and the importance of good compliance – 5SAH

‘On 4 October 2021, Petrofac Limited (“Petrofac”) was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court following guilty pleas to seven counts of failing to prevent bribery contrary to section 7 of the Bribery Act 2010. This followed a four-year corruption and money laundering investigation conducted by the Serious Fraud Office (“the SFO”) and the earlier guilty pleas of David Lufkin, former Global Head of Sales, who was sentenced on the same occasion. This followed pre-charge plea discussions between the parties with agreement being reached as to scope of the indictment and approach to sentencing.’

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5SAH, 19th October 2021

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Claudia Webbe: MP convicted of harassment gets suspended sentence Published3 days ago – BBC News

‘An MP who made threatening phone calls to a woman because she was jealous of her relationship with her partner has been given a suspended sentence.’

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BBC News, 5th November 2021

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Man spared jail for threatening Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner after Sir David Amess murder – The Independent

‘A man has been spared jail after sending a threatening email telling deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner she should “watch her back” after he found her address online.’

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The Independent, 28th October 2021

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Two people sentenced for running unregistered school in London – The Guardian

Posted October 12th, 2021 in education, news, recidivists, sentencing, suspended sentences by sally

‘A headteacher and her father have been sentenced for the second time for running an illegal unregistered school in south London after a crackdown by the schools watchdog Ofsted.’

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The Guardian, 11th October 2021

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Aster Healthcare fined £1m over woman’s scalding bath death – BBC News

Posted October 8th, 2021 in care homes, corporate manslaughter, elderly, fines, news, suspended sentences by tracey

‘A care home firm has been fined more than £1m for corporate manslaughter after the death of a dementia patient who was put in a scalding bath.’

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BBC News, 8th October 2021

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Tribunal fines solicitor convicted of dangerous driving – Legal Futures

‘A solicitor who received a suspended prison sentence for dangerous driving after hitting a telegraph pole as well as multiple parked cars has been fined by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT).’

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Legal Futures, 21st September 2021

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Foot fetish man avoids jail for 1,263 nuisance calls to NHS 111 – The Independent

‘A foot fetishist who made more than a thousand calls to the NHS’s 111 service to ask the call handlers about their feet has been convicted and fined.’

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The Independent, 14th September 2021

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Man sentenced over racist post after Euro 2020 final – The Guardian

Posted September 9th, 2021 in electronic monitoring, news, racism, sentencing, sport, suspended sentences by sally

‘A man has been given a 14-week suspended sentence and must wear an electronic tag for 40 weeks over a racist comment directed towards black England footballers after the team’s defeat in the Euro 2020 final in July.’

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The Guardian, 8th September 2021

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Call for sentence review after neo-Nazi told to read classic literature – The Guardian

Posted September 3rd, 2021 in attorney general, news, sentencing, suspended sentences, terrorism by tracey

‘The attorney general’s office has been asked to review whether an unduly lenient sentence was handed to a neo-Nazi who was ordered to read classic literature such as Pride and Prejudice. Ben John, who was convicted of a terror offence after downloading almost 70,000 white supremacist documents and bomb-making instructions, received a suspended prison term on Tuesday.’

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The Guardian, 2nd September 2021

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UK judge orders rightwing extremist to read classic literature or face prison – The Guardian

Posted September 2nd, 2021 in news, sentencing, suspended sentences, terrorism by sally

‘A former student who downloaded almost 70,000 white supremacist documents and bomb-making instructions has avoided a prison sentence “by the skin of his teeth” after being told to read classic literature by Dickens, Austen, Shakespeare and Hardy.’

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The Guardian, 1st September 2021

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Northumberland Santa impersonator sentenced for sexual assaults – BBC News

Posted August 6th, 2021 in news, sentencing, sexual offences, suspended sentences by tracey

‘A man who sexually assaulted two women while he was playing the part of Santa Claus has been sentenced.’

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BBC News, 5th August 2021

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Met Police sergeant spared jail after filming woman in shower – The Independent

‘A police sergeant from London’s Metropolitan Police, who used his iPhone to spy on a woman whilst she was showering, has been spared jail.’

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The Independent, 15th July 2021

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One third of convicted sex offenders across England and Wales avoid prison – The Guardian

‘Ministers are facing demands to explain why thousands of convicted sexual offenders across England and Wales have avoided prison. An Observer investigation found that adults convicted of sexually assaulting children under 13, or of engaging in sexual activity with underage teenagers, are among those who have not been jailed.’

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The Guardian, 19th June 2021

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Alison Chabloz jailed for anti-Semitic radio show comments – BBC News

Posted April 8th, 2021 in internet, Judaism, news, racism, sentencing, suspended sentences by sally

‘A blogger has been jailed after making anti-Semitic comments on a radio show.’

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BBC News, 7th April 2021

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Judge orders defendant to pay back £90,000 after Right to Buy fraud – Local Government Lawyer

‘A defendant who admitted fraud under the Right to Buy scheme has been ordered to pay back more than £90,000.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 29th March 2021

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