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Across England and Wales, there were 873 people in 2015/16 who were convicted of offences under the Animal Welfare Act, down 18% from the 1,064 people who were convicted in 2014/15.
West Yorkshire Police said from 2013 onwards, 10 police officers and one PCSO were convicted of criminal offences.
Dyfed-Powys Police said a male PC was convicted of criminal damage to leisure items in 2012.
Jennifer Bradley-Smith, 24, of Melbourne Road, Earlsdon, was convicted in her absence of keeping an unlicensed vehicle.
Jade Baker, 20, of Matthysens Way, St Mellons, was convicted in her absence of exceeding a 30mph limit and fined pounds 60 with a pounds 15 victim surcharge and given three penalty points.
In November 2004 he was convicted of stealing a smoke alarm from B&Q in Washington.
They were each convicted and sentenced to10 years imprisonment and fined seven hundred thousand Afghanis, the statement said.
Ian Brady, 71, convicted with Myra Hindley of three Moors Murders in 1966.
Though he faced many charges of corruption and would be convicted for contempt of court during the mid-1920s, when he served as the county sheriff, Hoffman prosecuted particular kinds of homicide cases aggressively, staking his political fortunes on crusades to protect the innocent.
Drug offenders were 32 percent of felons convicted in state courts in 2002.
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled on December 26, 2000, that the Pennsylvania law prohibiting convicted felons from registering to vote for five years after their release from prison is unconstitutional.