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Justice of peace questions and answers
Apr 19th, 2012 at 6:01pm
 
Please first view questions on both pages (image attachments) and then compare to what I have written and advise as neccessary.  Thanks

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Now for my answers:

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1.      The driver of the Mercedes is clearly very irresponsible and his actions (speeding) could endanger the life of other road users.  He has not learned a lesson from previous punishments.  A tough message must be sent out.
2.      Anti-social behaviour is a major issue in society.  The man obviously thinks it is permissible to act disorderly with other members of the public and his actions portray this.  The situation is ever more serious when he chooses to directly disobey the orders of the on-duty Police Constables, which is unacceptable.
3.      Again an example of disorderly behaviour.  Although no one’s life was at danger, his actions will cause members of the public to be alarmed. 
4.      Theft due to necessity (food etc) although unacceptable is to a degree understandable.  This female was stealing Alcohol.  That is not a necessity and should carry due punishment.
5.      The driver of this vehicle was legal in all other aspects and could just of have forgotten about the mot.  After all there is no reminder for mot just as there is for insurance.  He produced his documents within two days, that goes to show that the offence is not as serious. 
6.      The accused was not acting disorderly, just breaking a rule.  This could be viewed as the least serious of offences.
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