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These cruel offences can only be met with custodial sentences. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Too often, the offender has committed many serious crimes before having a custodial sentence imposed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Following their conviction for tax crimes the lawyers have been given lengthy custodial sentences but pending the appeal process they are not in jail. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A custodial sentence will be the only deterrent. The Sun (2016)Yesterday he avoided a fine or custodial sentence but was told he had to behave for six months or he would be back in court. The Sun (2016)They were remanded in custody and told that they face'significantly lengthy custodial terms' when they are sentenced next month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She faces automatic removal if she is sentenced to a custodial term of longer than a year. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Or is that the prerogative of the custodial parent? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Such an offence would usually receive a custodial sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He admitted burglary and faces a custodial term. The Sun (2013)She apologised and was spared a custodial sentence because of her difficult upbringing. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Less than a quarter of women who are remanded in custody subsequently receive a custodial sentence. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)Her lawyer fears that she could be given a custodial sentence of as much as ten years. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Both were told they could face custodial sentences. The Sun (2011)And only one in six got any kind of custodial sentence at all. The Sun (2009)Meanwhile, four out of five people caught carrying a knife escape any form of custodial sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If found guilty, he faces a maximum custodial sentence of five years. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her legal team were expected to agree to a plea bargain but the judge insisted that any such deal would result in a custodial sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In a third he gave a custodial term to a woman for contempt because she refused to testify against an ex-lover. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These can often be beyond the remit of the custodial parent as his or her income and cashflow is likely to drop or be substantially hit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is a possible alternative to a custodial term for those who have been found guilty and are under 21 at the time of sentencing. The Sun (2011)She can still carry on with her studies, but the judge warned her she faced a possible custodial term when she is sentenced next month. The Sun (2015)He warned: 'It is inevitable that substantial custodial terms will follow. The Sun (2009)He added: 'The only likely outcome is a custodial sentence. The Sun (2006)
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