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I'm interested in other cases of contempt where the breaching of enreporting restrictions has prejudiced a defendant's right to a fair trial.

Here's one case I found which led to the dismissal of jury:

https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/JCO/Documents/Judgments/hm-attorney-general-associated-newspapers-mgn-limited.pdf

Under the heading "Overall conclusion" at the end of the document the judge comments:

"39. I am sure that each publication did create such a substantial risk of serious prejudice....
I have little doubt that if the jury had not been discharged, there
would have been a seriously arguable point that the conviction was unsafe.
40. We shall invite submissions from the Attorney General and counsel for the two newspapers on penalty."

Can someone help me out here, because I can't find out wht the eventual penalty was? How many people were jailed for this serious offence, and how long did they serve?
It's moot.

Crime is situational and it should be taken case by case. In Tarmys case, he has previous convictions. He is an extremist. What he did potentially jeopardised justice for young girls who are victims.

The guy needs a time out, for his own good.
BE, both papers were fined £10,000 each. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20031173
Lol. I note PP’s prodigy is learning the idioms. How sweet. Bless,
Luv Tarmy xx
Thanks, Corby.
FU! Who dat den? Tarmy (AKA, the one with shake darn his frunt) has been dished the penalty. Will he do da time?

He wants asylum? Surprise!!! Trump (u kno, Mr toupee) will probably refuse due to the crime(z) that Tarms has committed throughout history.

Retro thinks I'm a prodigy what a complement. One day i can be PP's assistant! IS that familiar Retro? PP assistance?

;P
Call me SpathPedant or as 4 T's take one T would say... TheTirdVillageIdiot.
Tommy Robinson was convicted in 2013 for using a false passport to travel to the United States.
The reason he was denied a travel visa in his own name by the US authorities, was because of his previous arrests for drug offences.
So he used a fake passport, but was caught.
Donald Trump is unlikely to invite someone to live in the US, who has previously entered it illegally.
Gromit //Donald Trump is unlikely to invite someone to live in the US, who has previously entered it illegally//

Perhaps you are right but on the other hand how much admiration does Trump really have for him?

After all, they both have their hands on the same hymn sheet...
Aye but Trumps main election promise was to stop unlawful entry to the US. All in all it's(tarmy) just another brick in the wall
//Aye but Trumps main election promise was to stop unlawful entry to the US//

Sometimes the goalposts move....
Yeah and sometimes they completely disappear :D

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