conditional discharge


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conditional discharge

[kəndish′ənəl]
a specified leave of absence or liberty from a psychiatric hospital in which certain behaviors are expected from the patient and the original commitment order remains in effect. It may be referred to as a pass or temporary absence.
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Benjamin Joshua Shutt, 23, of Grove Hill, Skinningrove, given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS100 compensation and PS45 costs for assault.
Anthony Hewitt, 20, from Windsor Road, Tuebrook, charged with possession of cannabis - 12 months conditional discharge.
Christopher Barry O'Donnell, 33, of Cinderwood, Middlesbrough, given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay compensation of PS41.
Shaun James Carl Hornsby, 24, of Stanhope Road, Billingham, banned from driving for 16 months, given a 16-month conditional discharge and fined PS120 with PS170 charges and PS40 costs for drink driving.
Conditional discharge for 12 months and ordered to pay PS15 victim surcharge and PS25 compensation.
Christopher James Docherty, 27, of Victoria Road, Stockton, fined PS130 and ordered to pay PS70 costs with PS150 criminal court charges for theft, failing to surrender to custody and breaching a conditional discharge.
Naser Riaz Khan, 18, of Foleshill Road, Foleshill, Coventry, driving with an incorrect licence, using a vehicle without insurance, driving a vehicle knowing it was taken without the owner's consent and breach of a conditional discharge, community rehabilitation order for one year and banned from driving for a year.
Michael Simon Forrest, 42, of Prior Court, Billingham, given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS165 charges for theft.
Anthony Crosbie, 25, of Woodland Road, Walton, possession of cannabis and cocaine and breach conditional discharge, community order with 40 hours intensive unpaid work and pounds 85 costs.
Received a 12-month conditional discharge after pleading guilty to the theft of chocolate to the value of pounds 15 from Hotel Chocolat on November 4 last year.
THE following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: Phillip John Brady, 42, of Drawlings Close, St Mellons, Cardiff, was given a conditional discharge of 12 months after pleading guilty to possessing cannabis and amphetamines.
Antoinette Blower, aged 23, of Villiers Street, Lower Stoke, Coventry, three charges of making false representation to obtain social security, conditional discharge for one year and nine offences taken into consideration.

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