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20/04/2017

Couple convicted over baby death

A couple who tried to cover up the death of their three-month-old baby by carrying her lifeless onto a bus have been convicted of causing or allowing her death.

18/04/2017

Transphobic attacker sees sentence increased

Two attackers who carried out a violent, transphobic robbery on a man in Aylesbury have today (18 April) been jailed.

07/04/2017

Gang which supplied GBP3.6m of cocaine jailed for over 100 years

Six members of a drugs gang which conspired to supply cocaine worth millions of pounds in London have been jailed for a combined total of 102 years today (7 Apr).

06/04/2017

Con man convicted of wine fraud

A con man who tricked his girlfriend and others out of £100,000 by pretending he was a successful international businessman has been found guilty of 22 counts of fraud.

05/04/2017

Teen jailed for carrying zombie knife

A teenager convicted of wielding a 'zombie-killer' knife has been imprisoned.

04/04/2017

Man who shouted homophobic abuse at dog walkers gets tougher sentence

A man who shouted homophobic abuse at a walker to scare him off Barnes Common and assaulted another man has been sentenced to an 18-month community order.

04/04/2017

Companies charged following death at immigration centre

The Crown Prosecution Service has authorised criminal charges against two companies under the Health and Safety at Work Act following the death of a man at Harmondsworth immigration detention centre in 2012.

03/04/2017

Scammer jailed for defrauding Amazon out of £1.1m

A scammer who defrauded Amazon out of £1.1m has been jailed.

30/03/2017

Former teacher and charity worker sentenced for sex offences

A former teacher and charity worker has today (Thu 30 Mar) been jailed for a string of sex offences spanning almost 30 years.

28/03/2017

Doctor receives suspended prison sentence for making false overtime claims

A senior doctor who wrongly claimed almost 24,000 in overtime has been given a suspended prison sentence today (Tue 28 Mar).

27/03/2017

Court refuses Terry Adams' debt appeal

A convicted money launderer has been ordered to pay back more than £700,000 after his attempt to have the debt written off was rejected by the Court of Appeal today (27 Mar).

23/03/2017

Four men and a woman found guilty of child sexual exploitation

Four men and one woman have been found guilty of child sexual exploitation offences in Sheffield

14/03/2017

Man sentenced for murder of elderly Suffolk couple

A man has today (March 14) been sentenced to life imprisonment, with a minimum term of 35 years, for the murder of an elderly married couple from Suffolk.

10/03/2017

Police body-worn video leads to domestic abuse conviction

Police body-worn video evidence has been used to prosecute a man who assaulted a woman and a boy.

10/03/2017

Eye-track technology helps to imprison abuser

A former vicar who abused a choirboy more than 35 years ago has been jailed for four years after his victim gave evidence using eye-tracking technology which turned his blinks into words.

10/03/2017

Former NHS chief executive receives suspended prison sentence for fraud

A former NHS chief executive has today (Fri 10 Mar) received a suspended prison sentence after she admitted paying her husband more than £11,000 of public money for a graphic design project he never completed.

10/03/2017

Sham marriage gang sentenced

A gang who flew Lithuanian brides into the UK as part of an immigration scam have today (10 March) been sentenced at Croydon Crown Court.

09/03/2017

Barry Bennell update

A CPS spokesperson said: "Today, 9 March, former professional football coach Barry Bennell, 63, was informed that he has been charged with four counts of indecent assault on a boy aged 11 to 12 years.

08/03/2017

Former police officer jailed for theft of rare coins

A former police officer who kept rare gold coins he found on a farmer's land was sentenced today (Mar 8) to 16 months' imprisonment for theft.

08/03/2017

International Women's Day - Bodyworn police cameras helping domestic abuse prosecutions

Video cameras worn by police are providing vital new evidence to help the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) convict domestic abusers.