suspended sentence


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suspended sentence

a sentence of imprisonment that is not served by an offender unless he commits a further offence during its currency
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Magistrates said that they took into account her guilty pleas and the positive comments made about her but she had offended a very short time after being given a suspended sentence.
A three month prison sentence for disqualified driving was reduced to two months and the four month suspended sentence was activated in full.
Judge Deborah Sherwin told Birch: "Because this puts you in breach of the suspended sentence I have to deal with that.
Rees, of Poplar Road, Rhydyfelin, had previously admitted the ABH assault, the court heard He also had a suspended sentence imposed in Cardiff Crown Court in 2015 for wounding a partner with a knife.
At Warwick Crown Court last week, Khan was jailed for breaching that suspended sentence.
Stewart, from Ardgate Place, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, was handed a three-year suspended sentence in March.
Jeremy Barton, representing him, said Azhar had a job as a quilter in a bed factory in Huddersfield and had managed to stay out of trouble until near the end of his suspended sentence.
When she committed the offence in February she breached a suspended sentence imposed in May last year.
DARREN BRADLEY, of LEY, of LEY Johnson Avenue, Prescot: eight-month suspended sentence and 150 hours' unpaid work.
The lawyer said one of the defendants also received another suspended sentence of six months over charges of possessing alcohol, which is banned in Iran.
Saakashvili signed the act on exemption of suspended sentence from all amnestied individuals and from those, who had served
Romaines was given a 12 months suspended sentence, 200 hours unpaid work, placed on a curfew and ordered to pay compensation.