“A man who claimed benefits worth thousands of pounds by saying he could not walk without a stick was caught on camera running around a pitch playing football.”
Daily Telegraph, 24th June 2010
from the Inner Temple Library
“Forty-eight convicted violent or sex criminals have been charged with a further offence of murder, rape or another serious offence while under the supervision of the probation service in the last year, according to official figures published today.”
The Guardian, 26th October 2009
Court of Appeal
“A child supervision order had an initial life of 12 months and could be extended for a further two years maximum.”
The Times, 14th April 2008
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“A supervision order made pursuant to s 31 of and para 6 of Sch 3 to the Children Act 1989 had an initial life of 12 months and could be extended for a further two years maximum.”
WLR Daily, 20th March 2008
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