The man behind an illegal North Canterbury tyre stockpile has now been ordered to pay more than $30,000 over an employment ...
While an ever-increasing number of (mostly) loyal fans may question the worth on the playing field of our local NFL franchise ...
A TOOWOOMBA man with a history of offending narrowly avoided actual jail time after he pleaded guilty to his role in the theft of a $7500 trailer. Daniel McNicol Schneider, 32, was sentenced to ...
The 34-year-old had sneaked into a woman’s home, took keys to her car which he then stole and crashed. A RECIDIVIST offender was out of jail just one month when he returned to bad habits ...
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 43-year-old Warrnambool recidivist offender, who smashed a woman's head into a window causing her to scream for help among a range of offending, has been jailed for four months. Rodney Sumner ...
In response, a traumatised victim, whose attacker recently absconded while on home detention, is calling for recidivist and violent offenders to be barred from eligibility for community based ...
HOUSTON, Oct. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Shari L. Heyen, shareholder and co-chair of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP's Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice, will participate in an ...
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 ...
“He is a recidivist,” Hebner declared. Federal prosecutor Ed Posliff was seeking a sentence of 10 years. Jahangiri’s lawyer John Christie asked for five years. Hebner’s judgement was for a ...
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 ...
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.