Barrister banned after conviction for harassing vulnerable partner

Barrister banned after conviction for harassing vulnerable partner
 

Sanjay Roy, who practised family law from Northampton Chambers, was stripped of the right to practise at a Bar Tribunal and Adjudication Service (BTAS) hearing on Friday, it said.
He was handed an 18-month suspended prison sentence at Nottingham Crown Court in July after pleading guilty to putting a woman in fear of violence by harassment.
Roy made his partner, Bebe Taylor Willcutt, refer to him as "master" during a controlling relationship, the court heard.
He was said to have beaten his victim with a belt buckle, poured iced water on her head, as well as taking over her Facebook... read more

 
17 February 2017 in Regional West, Views: 48
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