Results 181–200 of 1125 for speaker:Claire Ward

Written Answers — Justice: Fraud: Convictions (9 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The available information from 1997 to 2008 (latest available) is given in the following tables. Number of defendants found guilty at all courts for fraud and forgery by age group in Greater London and England and Wales, from 1997 to 2008( 1, 2) Greater London( 3) Number of offenders Age group 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008...

Written Answers — Justice: Illegal Immigrants (9 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The requested information is provided in the following table. The total number sentenced has been supplied in lieu of the number convicted; the numbers convicted and sentenced in a year may not match due to lags in time between conviction and sentencing. Total persons given a maximum fine and maximum sentence, 1998 to 2008 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006...

Written Answers — Justice: Legal Aid (9 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: In 2005 the Government gave a commitment to review specific aspects of the Advocate's Graduated Fee Scheme (AGFS), including payments for 'cracked' trials and guilty pleas. However, this commitment was overtaken by Lord Carter's Review of Legal Aid Procurement, published in 2006. This led to a wide ranging revision of the existing AGFS framework, implemented in April 2007. In light of these...

Written Answers — Justice: Legal Aid (9 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: When assessing financial eligibility, the Legal Services Commission (LSC) does not take into account assets frozen under a restraint order. Where someone is subject to restraint procedures a living allowance is usually made available, and this is taken into account in assessing their financial eligibility. The LSC's management information systems do not hold information on the numbers of...

Written Answers — Justice: Driving Offences: Mobile Phones (8 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The number of persons proceeded against at magistrates courts for offences of using a hand held mobile telephone while driving, by sex and age group, in England and Wales and the Essex police force area, from 2004 (the offence came into force on 1 December 2003) to 2008 (latest available) is given in the following table. Court proceedings data are not available at town or parliamentary...

Written Answers — Justice: Members: Correspondence (8 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: I replied to the hon. Member on 25 February. I apologise for the delay.

Written Answers — Justice: National Offender Management Service (8 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has three major longitudinal cohort studies under way aimed at generating evidence on the link between interventions received by offenders and reoffending outcomes. One covers adult prisoners, one adult offenders on community orders, and the other examines juvenile offenders. The MoJ is also overseeing the Unit Cost in Criminal Justice (UCCJ) project which is...

Written Answers — Justice: Police Cautions (8 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The number of offenders issued with a caution for violence against the person, theft and handling stolen goods, sexual offences, criminal damage and robbery and fraud and forgery as reported by the Essex police force area, 2005 to 2008 (latest available) is shown in the following table. Court proceedings data are not available at separate divisions within a police force area. Data for 2009...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners Release: Poole (8 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The home addresses for prisoners released on ECL are not recorded centrally and cannot be provided without manual checking of prisoner records which would breach cost limits. The total number of releases by offence group, sentence length, age, gender, ethnicity and prison establishment has been published on the Ministry of Justice website for the first week of the scheme, the remainder of...

Written Answers — Justice: Robbery: Poole (8 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: Information showing the number of persons found guilty of robbery in the Dorset police force area, by age group, from 1997 to 2008 (latest available) is shown in the following table. Court proceedings data are not available at parliamentary constituency level, therefore data have been provided in the table for the Dorset police force area in which the constituency of Poole is situated. Data...

Written Answers — Justice: Driving Offences (5 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The available information is provided in the following table. Average fine and average sentence length for motor offences which resulted in death, 1998 to 2008 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 404 Causing death by dangerous driving( 1) Total fined 9 6 4 4 6 1 3 1 2 3 3 Average fine (£)...

Written Answers — Justice: Convictions: Essex (4 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: Information showing the number of persons found guilty at all courts for domestic burglary and drugs offences in the Essex police force area from 2005 to 2008 (latest available) is shown in the following table. Court proceedings data are not available at parliamentary constituency level. Data for 2009 are planned for publication in the autumn, 2010. Persons found guilty at all courts for...

Written Answers — Justice: Driving Offences (4 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The requested information is provided in the following table: Average fine and average length of sentence for dangerous driving( 1) , 1998 to 2008 Average fine amount (£) Average custodial sentence length (months) 1998 353.50 7.7 1999 361.38 7.8 2000 334.72 7.7 2001 366.98 7.9 2002 374.60 8.3 2003 386.79 8.5 2004 451.63 8.7 2005 437.90 8.5...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners (4 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The Court Proceedings Database holds information on defendants proceeded against, found guilty and sentenced for criminal offences in England and Wales. The Court Proceedings Database does not hold specific information on offences beyond descriptions provided by the statutes under which prosecutions are brought. Information available centrally on defendant's proceeded against does not...

Royal Assent: Bribery Bill [ Lords] (3 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: We have had an interesting debate with contributions from both sides of the House that in essence welcome this important piece of legislation. I welcome the fact that it has cross-party support, although no doubt in Committee there will be one or two differences of opinion. It is possibly best described, as it was in another place, as a love fest for all parties in support of the Bill. The...

Royal Assent: Bribery Bill [ Lords] (3 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: And those issues must of course be a matter for the prosecution. Bribery is a serious offence, but in deciding whether to prosecute, prosecutors will take all those factors into account and weigh them appropriately. They might take into account whether the loss or harm can be described as minor; whether it was a single incident; whether it was a matter of misjudgment; or whether the offence...

Royal Assent: Bribery Bill [ Lords] (3 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: Without wishing to get into a discussion about a case that is still subject to the courts, I would say to the hon. Gentleman that we believe it appropriate, in those exceptional cases where it is a matter of national security, for the Attorney-General to have the ability to intervene where appropriate. Let me turn now to facilitation payments. There was some discussion about the extent to...

Written Answers — Justice: Youth Custody: Appeals (3 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The information requested is not available. Data collected within the central IT systems does not currently hold sufficient detail to allow identification of the type of sentence which is the subject of each appeal against a sentence heard in the Crown court or Court of Appeal. Annual statistics on all appeals dealt with in the Crown court against sentences given in the magistrates court are...

Written Answers — Justice: Crimes of Violence (3 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: The court proceedings database holds information on defendants proceeded against, found guilty and sentenced for criminal offences in England and Wales. The court proceedings database does not hold specific information on offences beyond descriptions provided by the statutes under which prosecutions are brought. Information available centrally on offences of assault do not identify if the...

Written Answers — Justice: Youth Offending Teams (3 Mar 2010)

Claire Ward: Local authorities have no central requirements to submit data not contained in the national indicator set to the Ministry of Justice and its agencies.


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