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He was found guilty once, then the original conviction was quashed, then he was found guilty a second time. Maybe if he hadn't, you know, actually done it, then he wouldn't have been found guilty?
Jackdaw, //If they put him back in jail...//

They will.
Man allegedly breaks Law; Man has his day(s) in Court; Man found Guilty of breaking Law.

Not sure I see the problem here to be honest....
remember, jth, Jesus Christ too was tried and punished, so that proves that trials can be unfair.

This doesn't necessarily mean Mr YL will be back in three days, of course.
Nine months. Couldn't happen to a nicer chap...
How will UKIP leader Gerrard Batten cope without his special advisor?
Not 9 months.

//Dame Victoria Sharp: "You will be committed in prison for a period of 19 weeks".

He will serve up to one half of that period.//
He was sentenced to nine months. Then the period he had already spent in prison was deducted.
"Couldn't happen to a nicer chap..."

Naomi, the sentence was 9 months but he will do less time due to time served in prison.
After time served and parole the total should be about 10 weeks. Hope he gets HMP Ford.
danny, I know - but quoting '9 months' gives the wrong impression. He isn't going to prison for 9 months.
//After deduction for time served in prison last year for the same offence, the sentence in practice amounts to 19 weeks – and he will be released on licence after 10. Robinson arrived late at court this morning carrying an overnight bag and wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the words: ‘Convicted of journalism.’//

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