Mark Shepherd

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The News and Star
Family left in fear after Carlisle criminal ransacked their homeunder the stairs at their house. The defendant, of no fixed abode, also admitt
The News and Star / Posted 3 days ago
under the stairs at their house. The defendant, of no fixed abode, also admitted handling stolen goods. His lawyer, Mark Shepherd, said the defendant's life had gone into a downward spiral after a failed relationship. He had also suffered... Read more
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The News and Star
Jail for Longtown woman who killed a man by careless drivinghappiness. He held our family together. ...Now all I feel is anger. He has been
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
happiness. He held our family together. ...Now all I feel is anger. He has been ripped away needlessly and carelessly." Mark Shepherd, for McLeish, said she had shown true remorse and offered a sincere apology to the Schofield family, and she... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Trouble makers could be banned from Rosary Road area of Norwich as dispersal order put in placearea around Rosary Road and Old Library Woods, where residents are concerned ab
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 5 days ago
area around Rosary Road and Old Library Woods, where residents are concerned about drug dealing and sex workers. Sgt Mark Shepherd and PCSO Graham Aldrige look around Old Library Woods. A dispersal order is in place for Rosary Road and... Read more
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The News and Star
Carlisle factory worker sacked after turning up drunk and attacking colleaguehe would take them all on. At one stage, the defendant was heard telling colle
The News and Star / Posted 7 days ago
he would take them all on. At one stage, the defendant was heard telling colleagues that he would smash their faces in. Mark Shepherd, for Beaty, said the defendant had been celebrating the birth of his first child, but when he arrived at work... Read more
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The News and Star
Assault victim sought solace from ex-partner - despite restraining orderrestraining order. Mr Moran said Ali needed to sort out his differences with h
The News and Star / Posted 8 days ago
restraining order. Mr Moran said Ali needed to sort out his differences with his former partner through a court process. Mark Shepherd, for Ali, said that when he saw the defendant at the city's Durranhill police HQ early on Thursday morning he... Read more
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The News and Star
Former boxing champ jailed for taxi-rank assault on innocent studentthat his criminal record was unattractive but he said his past as a trained fig
The News and Star / Posted 12 days ago
that his criminal record was unattractive but he said his past as a trained fighter should not be held against him. Mark Shepherd, for Steven, said his client was a doting father who had previously worked as a bar supervisor, a job during... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian man, 22, wanted sex with "13-old" girl he contacted onlineof a child; sexually communicating with a child; and attempting to incite a 15-
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
of a child; sexually communicating with a child; and attempting to incite a 15-year-old girl to engage in sexual activity. Mark Shepherd, for Chapman, said the prosecution had come as a shock to both the defendant - who had spent four months in... Read more
29d
The News and Star
'This was a prolonged display of unrestrained violence'violence. These included a previous conviction for wounding with intent in 2007
The News and Star / Posted 29 days ago
violence. These included a previous conviction for wounding with intent in 2007 when he glassed a man in a Carlisle pub. Mark Shepherd, for David Woodhead, of Parkside, Belah, said the defendant felt disgusted by what he had done that day. "If... Read more
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29d
The News and Star
Nearly 20 years in jail for Carlisle brothers who carried out vicious attack at birthday partywith embarrassment when he watched the CCTV of the attack. "He's appalled by h
The News and Star / Posted 29 days ago
with embarrassment when he watched the CCTV of the attack. "He's appalled by his own behaviour," said the barrister. Mark Shepherd, for David Woodhead, said the defendant felt disgusted by what he had done that day. "If he could turn the... Read more
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The News and Star
Nearly 20 years of jail for siblings whose violence was seen by childrenwith embarrassment when he watched the CCTV of the attack. "He's appalled by h
The News and Star / Posted 29 days ago
with embarrassment when he watched the CCTV of the attack. "He's appalled by his own behaviour," said the barrister. Mark Shepherd, for David Woodhead, said the defendant felt disgusted by what he had done that day. "If he could turn the... Read more
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