Judge warns offender “excuses will not work” as she is threatened with jail
A judge warned an offender that more excuses will not spare her from jail if she continues to fail to comply with her suspended prison sentence.
Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Tuesday, July 17, how Clare Pocock, 39, of Ludham Gardens, Newbold, Chesterfield, admitted breaching a suspended sentence imposed for driving while disqualified when she failed to attend appointments and breached her curfew.
Defence solicitor Steve Brint said Pocock had suffered mental health problems after a troubled relationship, has been struggling with a child with mental health issues, had failed to... read more
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