- Prosecution of Offences Act 1985
'When is the penny going to drop?': Sharp-tongued judge's best comments to Tyneside criminals; District Judge Bernard Begley tells it how it is when delivering justice in our courts.
.... District Judge Bernard Begley regularly presides over cases in our magistrates' courts where his role is to pass the right and lawful sentence on those who come before him. . But criminals who find themselves in the ...
Newcastle council in talks with Government over holding court cases at Civic Centre; Criminal cases will not be held at the Newcastle office block but civil matters and some juvenile court cases could.
... be heard at Newcastle Civic Centre in future, it can be revealed, as the Government is in talks with local authority chiefs about moving magistrates business there. . Newcastle City Council is embarking on a [pounds sterling]45m refurbishment of its Grade II-listed city centre base, creating a ...
- Criminal Law Act 1967
Magistrates find Extinction Rebellion protestor has lawful excuse to cause criminal damage due to climate emergency.
.... Angela Ditchfield, 41, was found not guilty on Wednesday by Cambridge Magistrates Court which ruled she had acted in order to protect homes and land from the effects of climate breakdown. . Angela, also a member of Christian Climate ...
- Contempt of Court Act 1981
The North East thieves and burglars that homeowners and businesses should know about; These are the thieves and burglars that have been punished by the courts for inflicting misery on their victims.
.... Lucas, of Milton Avenue, inHebburn, pleaded guilty to one count of theft when he appeared at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court. . Fining him [pounds sterling]120, District Judge Kate Meek said: "You took a friend's child in a pushchair into a shop to steal - this is ...
- Criminal Procedure (Attendance of Witnesses) Act 1965
- Powers of Criminal Courts Act 1973
The North East's most dangerous drivers to appear in court so far in 2019; Here's a look at the most dangerous drivers to appear in North East courts so far in 2019 across County Durham, Northumberland and Tyne and Wear.
.... South Tyneside Magistrates' Court heard he also passed John F Kennedy Primary School. . Lough, 27, of Waxwing, Emerson, Washington, pleaded guilty to four charges - dangerous ...
- Legal Aid Act 1974
- Criminal Justice Act 1972
- Criminal Law Act 1977
- Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996
- Child Abduction Act 1984
- Criminal Justice Act 1991
The wicked brutes locked up for terrorising their partners - and the ones who walked free; These are the men sentenced for terrorising their partners and former lovers at Newcastle Crown Court in 2019 so far.
.... Cox, 22, of Marlborough Court, Kingston Park, pleaded guilty to GBH and criminal damage at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court on January 2. . Jealous thug who broke ex-girlfriend's jaw over fears she was cheating walks free . Recorder Paul Sloan suspended Cox's 16 ...
Named and shamed: The vile paedophiles brought to justice so far this year in the North East; These are the paedophiles sentenced at Newcastle Crown Court so far in 2019.
...Credit: Newcastle Chronicle . Steven Knox . Credit: Newcastle Chronicle . Gary Shanley leaving South tyneside magistrates court, South Shields . Credit: ncjMedia / Northumbria Police . David Monkhouse, who admitted downloading indecent images of children . Credit: ...
Jailed in January: The faces of 24 North East criminals locked up last month; We take a look at some of the criminals put behind bars in the first month of a new decade.
... of the year has led to a string of criminals being locked up in courts in the North East. . Crooks were put behind bars foroffencesincluding ... assault but was found guilty after a trial at South Tyneside Magistrates Court. . JudgeRobert Spragg sentenced Ebanks to eight monthsbehind bars. . ...
See moment Elswick thug is arrested after flying into a rage inside a Tyneside court; Josh Davies turned aggressive just moments after he'd appeared in the dock for threatening to shoot people in a supermarket.
.... Josh Davies was in front of magistratesin North Tynesidefor threatening to shoot shoppers in a supermarket and telling police he had HIV as he tried to spit on them. . The jobless 19-year-old ...
- Children and Families Act 2014
- Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000
- Criminal Appeal Act 1995
Student who sexually assaulted two women in Newcastle left victim fearing she'd be raped; Giorgos Triseliotis targeted the women on Grainger Street in Newcastle on February 3.
.... North TynesideMagistrates' Courtheard Triseliotis became "extremely intoxicated" on the night out after .... He appeared at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court on Friday, and is due back for sentencing on May 24. . Pat ...
- Proceeds of Crime Act 1995