‘I think I’ve killed Colin – he was getting on my nerves’: Gran who smothered terminally ill former partner escapes jail term – The Indpendent

Posted May 17th, 2013 in carers, homicide, news, suspended sentences by sally

A grandmother has been given a suspended sentence for killing her terminally ill former partner.

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The Independent, 17th May 2013

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Bedfordshire child cruelty hoarders get suspended sentence – BBC News

Posted May 13th, 2013 in child cruelty, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by tracey

“A couple who filled their home with junk have been given suspended prison sentences for child cruelty.”

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BBC News, 10th May 2013

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Attorney general reviews child sex abuser’s sentence – BBC News

“A sex offender spared jail after a judge considered the ‘impact’ on his family is having his sentence reviewed by the attorney general.”

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BBC News, 3rd May 2013

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Fraudster Arron Thomas spent £4,250 on wife’s breast op – BBC News

Posted May 2nd, 2013 in fraud, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by sally

“A clerk who stole money from a firm to fund a lavish wedding and breast surgery for his wife has been jailed.”

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BBC News, 1st May 2013

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Ban on images of Jon Venables and Robert Thompson – Attorney General’s Office

Posted May 1st, 2013 in anonymity, injunctions, news, photography, suspended sentences by sally

“Before Jon Venables and Robert Thompson were released from custody, a court ruled that their identities should remain secret. The court granted an injunction which prevents the media or individuals from publishing images which claim to be of Venables and Thompson (whether or not it is them). The injunction is worldwide and applies equally to the internet, social media and mainstream media.”

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Attorney General’s Office, 30th April 2013

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‘Bulger killers’ images’: Two jailed for contempt – BBC News

Posted April 26th, 2013 in contempt of court, internet, news, photography, sentencing, suspended sentences by tracey

“Two men who published photographs on Twitter and Facebook said to show the
killers of James Bulger have been jailed for being in contempt of court.”

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BBC News, 26th April 2013

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Facebook blackmailer William Wooles spared jail – BBC News

Posted April 5th, 2013 in blackmail, computer crime, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by sally

“A student who blackmailed a woman by hacking into her email, stealing naked pictures of her and posting them on Facebook has been spared jail.”

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BBC News, 4th April 2013

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Bigamist avoids jail after claiming his he needs to support his current wife’s parents – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 28th, 2013 in bigamy, families, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by tracey

“A bigamist who has been married to four different women has avoided jail after
insisting that his extended family were financially dependent upon him.”

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Daily Telegraph, 27th March 2013

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Sham groom caught out after going straight to ‘lads only’ holiday – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 15th, 2013 in conspiracy, fraud, marriage, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by tracey

“A man was jailed yesterday for his part in a sham marriage plot after he went on
a month-long ‘lads only’ holiday immediately after his supposed wedding.”

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Daily Telegraph, 15th March 2013

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Voyeur Reverend Richard Lee walks free from court over indecent pictures of girls and woman – The Independent

“A Church of England vicar has walked free from court after admitting using secret cameras to spy on and film intimate pictures of three girls and a woman.”

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The Independent, 4th March 2013

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Madeleine McCann contempt case: retired solicitor found guilty – The Guardian

Posted February 22nd, 2013 in contempt of court, costs, defamation, injunctions, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by sally

“A retired solicitor who published claims that Madeleine McCann’s parents caused her death has been given a suspended jail sentence.”

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The Guardian, 21st February 2013

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Man sentenced for leaving severed pig’s head outside Muslim place of worship – The Guardian

“An office worker who left a severed pig’s head outside a Muslim place of worship on Boxing Day has been spared jail.”

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The Guardian, 18th February 2013

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Nurse spared jail for killing baby in botched circumcision – BBC News

“A nurse who caused the death of a baby in a botched home circumcision has been spared jail.”

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BBC News, 8th February 2013

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Mother of wandering Flintshire street boy, 5, is warned – BBC News

Posted January 25th, 2013 in alcohol abuse, child neglect, news, suspended sentences by tracey

“The mother of a five-year-old boy found wandering a Flintshire street at night
has been given an eight week suspended prison sentence.”

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BBC News, 24th January 2013

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Businessman spared jail over child porn – The Independent

“An MP’s son who joined an online ‘club’ of perverts who shared sickening images of child abuse has been handed a suspended jail term.”

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The Independent, 24th January 2013

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Anonymous hacker group: Two jailed for cyber attacks – BBC News

Posted January 24th, 2013 in computer crime, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by sally

“Two men who carried out cyber attacks for the Anonymous hacking group have been jailed.”

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BBC News, 24th January 2013

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Michael Jackson fans sentenced for Sony Music hacking – BBC News

Posted January 14th, 2013 in artistic works, computer crime, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by tracey

“Two men who admitted hacking Sony Music stealing thousands of hours of music tracks including unreleased material by Michael Jackson, have been spared jail.”

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BBC News, 11th January 2013

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Daughter who stole £160,000 to impress father ‘blames herself for his death’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted January 14th, 2013 in assets recovery, fraud, news, proceeds of crime, sentencing, suspended sentences, theft by tracey

“A company executive who led a Walter Mitty existence by stealing £160,000 to fund a luxury lifestyle and impress her millionaire father escaped jail after a judge heard she blamed herself for her father’s death.”

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Daily Telegraph, 13th January 2013

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Husband who beat wife’s lover freed after she finally admits affair – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 9th, 2012 in appeals, grievous bodily harm, news, sentencing, suspended sentences by tracey

“A man jailed for beating up a friend he saw embracing his wife has been freed on appeal – after she belatedly confessed to the affair.”

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Daily Telegraph, 8th November 2012

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Facebook user avoids jail over April Jones comments – The Guardian

Posted November 8th, 2012 in internet, malicious communications, news, sentencing, suspended sentences, victims by sally

“A sales adviser who made a series of depraved sexual comments about five-year-old April Jones on Facebook has been given a suspended prison sentence.”

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The Guardian, 7th November 2012

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