Why is the justice system so lenient.

Baron von Biffo

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Yet another violent female criminal gets to walk free.

This case is particularly worrying as the victim was a garda who was attacked in the course of her duty. If the gardaí can't rely on support from the courts who could blame them if they hold back from putting themselves in harms way?
 


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Arrogant middleclass type bestowing his mercy upon a member of the great unwashed poor.
We need judges appointed from the working classes who would have no problem putting away that type above for a long time
noone should be let be a judge bar they were robbed themself at least the once!!!!
 

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Another few examples of our flawed justice system in action. Would be interesting too see how much the taxpayers have forked out courtesy of the legal aid system for these recidivist crims.


 

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Baron von Biffo

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Another few examples of our flawed justice system in action. Would be interesting too see how much the taxpayers have forked out courtesy of the legal aid system for these recidivist crims.


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If each of the uninsured vehicles had been seized and crushed he'd have run out of cars or realised that buying insurance was cheaper.

Better yet, if he'd been locked up on the second conviction and again for the third, with an extra tariff for repeat offending, and so on, he wouldn't have had the time to amass 114 previous convictions.
 

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If each of the uninsured vehicles had been seized and crushed he'd have run out of cars or realised that buying insurance was cheaper.

Better yet, if he'd been locked up on the second conviction and again for the third, with an extra tariff for repeat offending, and so on, he wouldn't have had the time to amass 114 previous convictions.
souble the sentence every time mate.... if its a year for the first offense its t year for the second and 4 year for the third.... thats the only way to put manners on the ****s!!!!!!
 

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648 previous convictions and Judge tried to ban reporting of the current case. How much has this crim cost the State in legal bills? it must be in the millions at this stage. Our Justice system is deeply flawed and something has to change.

 

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648 previous convictions and Judge tried to ban reporting of the current case. How much has this crim cost the State in legal bills? it must be in the millions at this stage. Our Justice system is deeply flawed and something has to change.

total ****in discrace lettin a **** like that off agin....
 

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Gardaí have arrested a man in his 30s following a horrific knife attack on an 93-year-old man at his home in Co. Louth.

The pensioner was stabbed three times in a botched robbery at his home in Sandy Lane in Blackrock shortly before 3pm yesterday.

 

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Gardaí have arrested a man in his 30s following a horrific knife attack on an 93-year-old man at his home in Co. Louth.

The pensioner was stabbed three times in a botched robbery at his home in Sandy Lane in Blackrock shortly before 3pm yesterday.

**** should have the bollocks kicked off of him in fairness!!!!
 

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If each of the uninsured vehicles had been seized and crushed he'd have run out of cars or realised that buying insurance was cheaper.

Better yet, if he'd been locked up on the second conviction and again for the third, with an extra tariff for repeat offending, and so on, he wouldn't have had the time to amass 114 previous convictions.
Chances are the bangers he was buying are a fraction of what insurance he would be charged with his track record. Scrapping them saves him the hassle of getting rid of them.
 

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Autistic boy assaulted and blinded in one eye and the perp gets a suspended sentence. On the bright side the perp is from a good family. I despair!

It was Martin Nolan.

I'd say criminals are delighted when they find he is their judge presiding.

Especially those on sexual assault or child abuse imagery charges. They know he's a soft touch.

He doesn't dispense justice, he dispenses future work for his barrister buddies.

They all do.

Joke system, run and populated by jokes.
 
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