Serial fraudster Maria Pridmore should have faced a tougher sentence, according to CPS



A serial fraudster who claimed benefits for two of her dead children should have faced a tougher jail sentence, according to the crown prosecution service's head of hate crimes.
Former nurse Maria Pridmore, from Holbeach, was jailed for three years after she admitted a string of offences including stealing more than£30,000 from friends and two elderly women, as well as claiming benefits for her dead children.
Following the sentence in August, Nigel Chapman, the Hate Crimes Commissioner for the East Midlands Crown Prosecution Service, wrote to Judge Simon Hirst.
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