habitual offender


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Following the sentence, North Wales Police Det Chief Inspector Neil Harrison said: "Bowen has numerous convictions for burglary dwelling and is a habitual offender.
During investigation, the CID team discovered that the person was a habitual offender and was also wanted in some financial fraud cases.
We considered the player's previous record and concluded that he is an habitual offender against the laws of the game, and one for whom there needs to be a deterrent to combat a clear pattern of offending, both on and off the field," read the judgement.
In its judgement, the committee said: "We considered the player's previous record and concluded that he is an habitual offender against the laws of the game, and one for whom there needs to be a deterrent to combat a clear pattern of offending.
The investigations revealed that Satish was not a taxi driver but the driver for businessman Manoj Agarwal and was a habitual offender.
The thief turned out to be a habitual offender from Darlington, with 51 previous offences on his record who was also out on a prison licence, having recently been dealt with by magistrates in North Tyneside for theft and assaulting a police officer.
Last week Bulgaria was cited by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe as a habitual offender and was cautioned that it could face sanctions like having its Council of Europe membership frozen or terminated.
He pleaded for leniency in court on grounds of his old age while the CBI called him a habitual offender and sought maximum punishment for him, Indian media reports said.
If he's an habitual offender, you often find they get themselves into the trap where they resort back to the same people that they knew before.
Examples of the public's and polity's embrace of increasingly punitive crime control legislation include mandatory-minimum sentencing, habitual offender statutes and truth-in-sentencing laws (Aday, 2003: Flanagan, 1995; Mauer, King and Young, 2004).
The way Lonisiana's habitual offender law works," he said, "if you challenge your sentence in court and lose, and it's a third offense, the mandatory minimum is 20 years.
Webster, who didn't actually have a bomb, is a previous felon and has been charged as a habitual offender.