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Washer-dryer found guilty of theft

The Zanussi appliance was found guilty on two charges of theft of a dressing gown and asked for a further 299 to be taken into consideration.

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Posted: Sep 14th, 2012
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Offenders urged to do community service first, then commit crime

‘For too long, people have built up massive debts to society, then struggled to clear those debts, said chief probation officer Nigel Krane. ‘It’s time we encouraged people to save up community credit, then commit senseless crimes within their means.’

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Posted: Oct 22nd, 2011
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Very long sentence for author who refused to use punctuation

An author with an aversion to commas and full stops has been prosecuted under the Punctuation Act and handed a very long sentence by the judge.

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Posted: Feb 9th, 2011
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Courts introduce ‘Guilty Face’ technology

New software generates a rating from ‘doesn’t look the type’ to ‘probably did it’.

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Posted: May 14th, 2007
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