4 : to answer to a criminal charge <They all plead
So this begs the question as to what is the purpose of offering offenders the opportunity to plead
'guilty' or 'nor guilty' for if pleading 'not guilty' (in parts or in full) there awaits them maybe a much much longer jail sentence?
Ben Steven Villiers, 20, of Brinklow Road, Binley, pleaded
guilty to harassment and breaching a suspended sentence.
Samantha Louise Smith, aged 36 of Arbury Hall Road, Shirley, pleaded
guilty to falsely claiming pounds 50,085 and was sentenced to seven months in prison.
guilty to possession of drugs with intent to supply and has already been jailed for four years and six months.
Taylor Baker, 20, of Makanda, pleaded
guilty to resisting a peace officer, a Class A misdemeanor.
John McKenzie, Fox Street, Seaham, pleaded
guilty to entering Penshaw Catholic Club and stealing cash.
Mohammed Mohsin Bus tt, 27, of Iden Road, Hillfields, pleaded
guilty to being in possession of cannabis.
Malik Pitts, 19, of Carbondale, pleaded
guilty to burglary, a Class 2 felony.
guilty to stealing skin cream, worth PS61.98, from Boots on February 1.
John Dyson, 23, of Clos Mabon, Cardiff, pleaded
guilty to causing unlawful damage to property at the University Hospital of Wales.
Robert Aaron Collins, 25, of Bushberry Avenue, Tile Hill, pleaded
guilty to drink driving.