compensation order


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compensation order

the requirement of a court that an offender pay compensation for injury, loss, or damage resulting from an offence, either in preference to or as well as a fine.
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As well as imposing the compensation order, Mr McElholm also imposed a four-month jail sentence, suspended for two years.
Sentencing Ritchie, Sheriff Kevin Veal said: 'The big concern to me is the waste of police time, so I am making a compensation order to Tayside Police.
Judge Downes said he had not made a compensation order but said the money demonstrated remorse and should be taken into account.
The rest will be reclaimed through a compensation order.
The compensation order was made in Orange County Superior Court yesterday by Judge Michael Brennan.
Sheriff David Mackie fined him pounds 250, in addition to the compensation order.
Mr Kinnear asked for a compensation order, but John McLaughlin, defending, said all the money had been spent.
He said: "With hindsight I wish I had asked counsel to address me on that and if that had happened it should have been clear to me that a compensation order was not appropriate.
The compensation order sought by the ARA on behalf of the Environmental and Heritage Service was made against McKenna's assets and reflected the cash he may have been paid.
As well as a compensation order, Bryant, 43, got a year's rehabilitation order.
But they told Sheriff Richard McFarlane they would not pay any fine or compensation order.
It was imposed, along with a compensation order for damaged property, in 1999 in Coventry.
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