We have all read posts of fisheries offences and apprehensions that often lead to comments about suitability, or lack of ...
PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Shari L. Heyen, shareholder and co-chair of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP's Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice, ...
A Taranaki man will spend Christmas in custody to keep the public safe from his bad driving. Campbell Wayne Bruntlett was still on release conditions following a jail sentence imposed in 2019 for ...
For a hint as to why, pick up the most recent NPR annual report, and flip through the listing of corporate criminals and other major recidivist law violators on the corporate sponsor page.
A Warrnambool magistrate says it's not too late for a 43-year-old recidivist offender to rehabilitate himself. Rodney Sumner pleaded guilty in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Wednesday to charges.
In 2014, he received a 20-year sentence, as a recidivist, pursuant to the then-effective version of OCGA § 17-10-7 (a) and (c). [1] After the trial court denied his motion and amended motions for ...
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A man who consistently runs for mayor of Palmerston North, despite being mentally unfit to stand trial and unable to control his own affairs, has failed to get the Supreme Court to overturn his ...
A recidivist family violence offender, whose on-again off-again girlfriend even has a court order protecting her pet dog, is back in the Warrnambool police station cells. A Koroit district man in ...
[1] Marshall contends that the trial court improperly sentenced him as a three-time recidivist, that the trial court plainly erred by relying on two of his out-of-state convictions in sentencing ...
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He wrote some of these down, and that became Recidivist — his first play — which debuted at the university's Muddy Shorts festival in 1997. That's how Cerini met playwright Lally Katz ...
A Townsville magistrate has criticised lenient sentencing, saying the community is sick of repeat offenders. Experienced judicial officer Acting Magistrate Peter Smid told a defendant the courts ...
We have all read posts of fisheries offences and apprehensions that often lead to comments about suitability, or lack of fines received by offenders. Where offenders are brought before NSW courts ...