It was a busy week in the courts in Hull. And if you missed what has been happening over the past seven days, we have put together this round-up of some of the cases heard in Hull or that concern victims in our region. It includes a thug who has been jailed after he bit off 30 per cent of a soldier’s ear off in an unprovoked city centre nightclub attack. Also among those in court last week was a teacher who has been found guilty of indecently assaulting a pupil during a “corporal punishment” beating. Below we have brought together all the details of those people who have appeared in court, what happened and why. To keep up-to-date with Hull Live's court news as we get it, click here Paranoid dad Matthew Johnson tries to set former partner's house on fire with his five kids inside A "paranoid" dad tried to set fire to his ex-partner's home with their five children inside, a court heard. Matthew Johnson, 28, accused his ex-girlfriend of starting a … [Read more...] about The 16 people who have been in court in Hull this week
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Magistrates dealt with cases last week involving violence, drugs and attempts to solicit sexual services. Bristol Magistrates' Court imposed a wide range of sentences from Monday, August 19, to Saturday, August 24. Below is a list of all the people who pleaded guilty or were found guilty at the court in that period. It includes the defendants' addresses, ages, their offences and the outcomes of the hearings. Victims' names have been withdrawn. Monday, August 19 Johnathan Lundy, 59, of Filton Avenue in Horfield. In Hill Avenue, he took a Volkswagen Touran without consent of the owner. He denied this but was found guilty. He admitted driving without a licence or insurance, and failing to give a specimen of breath, and failing to surrender to custody. He must do 160 unpaid work hours and pay £385. He was banned from driving for three months. Andrew Comley, 30, of Northend Avenue, Kingswood. In Bishport Avenue, he committed a public order offence against a man. He admitted this. He … [Read more...] about The criminals convicted at Bristol Magistrates’ Court in a week
“Do you reckon this will be Cody’s last year, Enda?”“What??? Are you nuts???!!! The man will be feckin’ carried out…”(Conversation had annually with randomers since around 2012) So here he is, this Mount Rushmore figure of a man, sitting in the incongruous setting of Langton’s tearooms, a place so delicately decorated and genteel as to be straight out of Jane Austen. He is faced for the umpteenth time by the supplicants of the media, and for the umpteenth time he touches on his favourite themes and tropes.Settled spirit, character (“it is either in a fellow or it is not”), hard work. He has elevated simplicity into a philosophy. Had Brian Cody run the country, there would never have been a crash. Everyone would have been too busy doing an honest, uncomplicated job.A striking number of non-Codyologists have commented during the past fortnight on how relaxed he’s looked. It has been that obvious, apparently. Sure enough, … [Read more...] about Brian Cody: He is relaxed. And little wonder.
The model has already been successfully adopted by Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, a global digital exemplar, which uses MAXIMS and is due to go live with OPENeP this summer. Leesa Ewing, the commercial director at IMS MAXIMS, said: “E-prescribing is recognised as one of the key components of an electronic patient record. In the past, we have been happy to work with any system that our customers have wanted to use to achieve this; and we will maintain the valued relationships that we have with suppliers so we can continue to do this in the future. "However, the partnership with Better by Marand will enable us to integrate our EPR with OPENeP, and to create a seamless experience for clinicians. That should give trusts additional confidence that they will achieve the well-documented benefits of e-prescribing, which include fewer medication errors and, critically, improved patient safety." Both IMS MAXIMS and Better by Marand are committed to using open architecture … [Read more...] about IMS MAXIMS Forms e-Prescribing Partnership with Better by Marand
A Brazilian police document says an unidentified woman has accused soccer star Neymar of raping her in Paris last month. After the revelation, the player used Instagram to publish a 7-minute video that includes WhatsApp messages he says he exchanged with the accuser in a friendly way days later. Neymar calls the incident "a set-up" and insists it is an attempt of extortion against him. The document obtained by The Associated Press on Saturday says the incident took place May 15 at 8:20 p.m. in a hotel. The woman went to police Friday in Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo state's Public Security Secretariat, which oversees police, confirmed in a statement that the complaint was registered, but did not offer details. Once more involved in an incident off the pitch, Neymar said he fell in a trap and will learn from the incident. "There was a relationship between a man and a woman between four walls. On the next day nothing happened," the striker said. "I hope investigators read the messages and see … [Read more...] about Woman accuses Neymar of rape, player says he was set up