Bristol news Man pleads guilty to violent disorder at Bristol Kill the Bill protest PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Arthur Lazarus was to face trial but admitted wrongdoing and has been told jail is the 'overwhelming' likelihood

Bristol news Man pleads guilty to violent disorder at Bristol Kill the Bill protest PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Arthur Lazarus was to face trial but admitted wrongdoing and has been told jail is the 'overwhelming' likelihood

Bristol news  Man pleads guilty to violent disorder at Bristol Kill the Bill protest PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 11:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A man has been told to expect prison after admitting his involvement in disorder at a Bristol Kill the Bill protest. Arthur Lazarus was due to face trial at Bristol Crown Court. Instead of having a trial, the 23-year-old, of Tregenver Road in Falmouth, pleaded guilty to violent disorder on March 21 last year. Judge James Patrick adjourned the case for sentence until July 28, pending a probation report, and released Lazarus on bail. The judge told Lazarus: "The overwhelming likelihood is a custodial sentence. "You must cooperate with the probation service and failure to attend sentence will constitute an offence for which you may be punished.

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. Davies was the 20th person to be held responsible for offences committed outside Bridewell Police Station and was handed a two-and-a-half year sentence. Davies’ sentencing meant 16 people have now been jailed in connection with the riot. They have been imprisoned for a total of 60 years and five months. Police hold people back outside Bridewell Police Station on March 21 (Image: PA) Last week Bristol Live reported how five more people have been charged as part of Avon and Somerset Constabulary's investigation into the disorder. The people and the offences they’ve been charged with are: Dominic Gillett, 25, of no fixed address – charged with riot and arson Carl Davis, 25, of St Werburgh’s, Bristol – charged with riot Charlie Milton, 31, of St Werburgh’s, Bristol – charged with riot Katie Webster, 26, of no fixed address – charged with assault by beating of an emergency worker Rokas Barisauskas, 20, of Manchester – charged with riot and attempted arson with intent to endanger life In total, 47 people have now been charged in connection with the incident outside Bridewell Police Station on 21 March 2021. Sign up for our new Bristol's Court Insider newsletter for the latest court and crime news - from arrests to trials and sentencings Read next: People jailed for drug offences so far this year Man who flouted court order to have no contact with boy is jailed Care worker sent video clip of child being humiliated Read More Related Articles Man who flouted court order banning contact with boy is jailed Read More Related Articles Care worker sent out video clip of child being humiliated

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