New mandatory criminal court charges are driving innocent offenders to plead guilty and magistrates to resign in protest, says a Manchester magistrate.
Sordid diary extracts revealing Fred Talbot’s ‘obsession’ with teenage boys have been released by police – after they were used to convict him at a Manchester court today.
The 65-year-old, who worked as a biology teacher at Altrincham Grammar school, was cleared of eight other indecent assault charges at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court earlier today.
During the fake raid, Phillips, 45, stole £250 in cash whilst Evans, 44, took two disposable pens, Cardiff Magistrates’ Court heard
‘They have lost a son but so have I’: Mother of killer who slayed Manchester soldier Lee Rigby tells of heartbreak
Juliet Adebowale blamed the ‘evil ones’ of Islam
GUILTY: Killers who claimed they were ‘soldiers of Allah’ convicted for brutal slaying of Manchester’s Lee Rigby
Pair were found not guilty for attempted murder of an officer
The incident happened at Rose Tissues Ltd in Hollinwood
‘For a young man to commit appalling assaults is disturbing’: Boy, 14, admits sex attacks on five Manchester women
The boy pleaded guilty at Manchester City Youth Court
Guilty: CCTV shows moment man, 21, ploughs car into four Manchester clubbers in sick revenge hit and run
Aqab Hussain was found guilty of attempted murder after the attack on John Dalton Street
Rusholme store stripped of alcohol licence after Manchester council catches shop selling booze to children
Boom Off Licence failed a selling test by the council
Paul Fenner will remain on the sex offenders’ register