Well-known Exeweb poster
- Dec 16, 2011
Yes Egg more than a bit.Moreover, the two charges are 'summary offences', hence why the case will be heard in the magistrates court and not in the crown court.
Plainly, an admission of guilt is not an especially good look, but, on the basis of what we know thus far, I think some of those wanting Jevani hung, drawn, and quartered without further ado might be getting a bit carried away.
Criminal courtsThe different types of court - magistrates' court, Crown Court and youth court - the crimes they deal with and the level of sentences they can givewww.gov.uk