120 Hours Unpaid Work for Stealing Lottery Ticket

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By admin August 11, 2017 18:18

120 Hours Unpaid Work for Stealing Lottery Ticket

Mark Coulson, a 27-year-old shop worker, stole lottery tickets of worth £7,053 from his boss. Mark is the resident of Newton’s Lane and is excused paying reimbursement. Nottingham Magistrates has adjourned Mark’s case.

Moreover, he needs to carry out 120 hours unpaid work. Mark must also find £85 as prosecution cost alongside the identical amount as government surcharge. Lee Shepherd, the prosecuting police officer, found that the shop owner had no insurance to cover the misdeed. Mr Shepherd said, “The amounts of the tickets are paid directly to Camelot minus five per cent commission, which is £6,700.72.” He finally shared his inability to give any more information about the same. According to Coulson’s lawyer, Rachel Gowans, there is no concrete evidence of what is the actual loss. She urged the magistrates for not looking the compensation.

Above all, Peter Forster, the presiding judge, thinks that the matter can be taken to the civil courts by the losing party. The shop, located in The Lane, Awsworth, also acts as agents for lottery operator.

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By admin August 11, 2017 18:18
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