Committal for Contempt of Court in Open Court at the County Court sitting at Wolverhampton – Forsyth

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Midland Heart Limited –v- Jacqueline Forsyth

Before District Judge Paul Watson on the 4th December 2015.

On the 4th December 2015 District Judge Paul Watson sitting at Wolverhampton County Court found that the Defendant Jacqueline Forsyth had breached the injunction dated 26th May 2015 made pursuant to Part 1 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policy Act 2014, by intimidating or abusing, whoever by words or conduct, any person rescinding in or lawfully present in the locality of the Briarwood, Briarwood Close Wolverhampton, and engaging in conduct capable of causing a nuisance to any person residing in or lawfully present in the locality of the Briarwood.

Jacqueline Forsyth was given a prison sentence of 14 days suspended until 4pm on the 16th May 2016 on terms that she complies with the injunction dated 26th May 2015, the sentence imposed was due to the distress caused to residence concerned, the need to enforce the injunction order to protect the residents by providing a deterrent to the committing of further breach.