Gunner: My Life in Cricket

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Zac now reluctantly decided to do as he had been asked so as to end this Police harassment, confident that all their checks would establish that he was qualified to drive, he was insured and that his vehicle was roadworthy.

By this point several members of the public had gathered and began recording the incident on their mobile phones.The allegation of ‘breach of the peace’ was frankly nothing more than a ‘place-holder’ to cover the officers’ illegal detention and interrogation of Dean, and sadly (given GMP’s refusal to apologise for their behaviour) I suspect that they are far from the only Police officers who will resort to this or similar tactics either from ignorance, malice, egotism or some unworthy hybrid of all three of those vices. Jervon was then further charged with a similar offence of Assault on an Emergency Worker in respect of PC Little. On Christmas Day 2021, my client’s brother found a Police Warrant Card belonging to PC Digby, a female officer.

In April 2019, Gould announced that he would retire as an umpire following the 2019 Cricket World Cup. This disregard for PACE in Custody mirrored the disregard for the proper laws of arrest which Jervon had suffered in the Building Society. Section 17 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) extends the power of entry, without a warrant, to a Constable intending to arrest a person for a Section 4 offence, but not a Section 5 offence. PS Rees now pointed out on the driver’s seat what he said “Looked like …… tobacco with a green tinge to it, (and which) could be flakes of Cannabis.Jervon was detained overnight at the station and interviewed the following morning in the presence of an Appropriate Adult. It was so straightforward that they were even able to close the investigation without the necessity of involving Andrew himself. In my opinion the officers involved in this incident were disgracefully treating a mentally vulnerable individual like a second-class citizen, denied the full respect and protection of the law. The intentions behind the “Clare’s Law” system are certainly admirable – but those who have the “right to ask” should also have the right to expect that the answers they receive are completely accurate, whilst those whose personal data is in the hands of the Police, must have the right to know that it is not being corrupted by egregious mistakes.

Instead, Cheshire Constabulary approached this case in the usual truculent way the Police as an institution do to even clearly meritorious claims, offering excuses instead of real apologies, displaying enmity rather than empathy, and adding to the family’s stress by forcing them into the combative arena of litigation. PC… has spoken to a male matching the description when the DP [Dean] has come and sat close the officer and the male, DP was intoxicated. I am very pleased to have achieved this result for Ross, but for the reasons I outlined at the beginning of this blog, I know that he will be far from the last person to find his journey to baggage claim wrongfully turned into a trip to Police custody. The Officers stated that given a Court Warrant had been issued, they had no alternative but to continue with Ross’s arrest. After an arrest for a minor domestic matter in September 2022, Adam found himself homeless and was staying with a friend.Again, Peter remained impeccably calm and did not resist, notwithstanding this gross violation of his home space and the totally unnecessary force being used to ‘shackle’ him in that home. He honestly told her that he had no knowledge of this heinous crime; but what was Rebecca to make of his denial, for would a predator not say exactly the same thing? In November 2022, my client Ross was interviewed by Sussex Police in respect of an allegation of Common Assault.

Rebecca had no personal concerns about Andrew, but having met Andrew through a dating agency and having previously experienced coercive and controlling behaviour from a former partner, she quite understandably felt it was far better to be safe than sorry. Despite requesting to speak to a solicitor, no such access was provided, and my client was kept in custody throughout the day and overnight, worrying about his family from whom he had been so abruptly and forcibly removed. e. without otherwise having a reasonable suspicion that you have committed a criminal offence or been involved in a motor accident) is if you are the driver of a vehicle, under sections 164 – 165 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 or if, in these modern times, you are the operator of a ‘drone’ that requires evidence of competency to operate, under the Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Act 2021, schedule 9, section 2. As an expert in civil claims against the Police, a question which I am frequently asked is: “Can the Police arrest me because I won’t give them my name? The lesson apparently, was that Ehab’s brother should have just left the Warrant Card where he found it and the Police none the wiser.In other words, according to the PNC it was still a ‘crime’ for Imran to be taking his daughter abroad at all, in any circumstances. Fortunately, there are other ways to uphold the law – because we don’t just have criminal justice, we have civil justice as well. There was no mention in the Custody Record of the account given by the woman who had touched Jervon in the first place, nor that of the Branch Manager, as to what had actually occurred in the Building Society.



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