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Hanging Judge Neild hands out 6 years for burglary

By johnboy - 23 May 2011 21

The ABC reports on a tough six year prison stint for Patrick Tate handed down by our visiting acting Justice John Nield.

The four offences were committed while serving periodic detention for earlier burglaries.

Rocket Surgeon Tate was breaking windows and cutting himself, leaving DNA evidence aplenty.

In sentencing, acting Justice John Nield said he does not believe Tate is remorseful for his actions and doubts he has good prospects for rehabilitation.

He was sentenced to six years jail with a non-parole period of four years.

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21 Responses to
Hanging Judge Neild hands out 6 years for burglary
p1 10:41 am 24 May 11

Mr Evil said :

screaming banshee said :

Lets hope young Bradley gets a turn in front of the good judge.

Now there’s a thought.

I’d pay pots of gold to see that happen!

Gold 🙂

On topic, I can’t believe this guy was leaving DNA evidence around willy nilly. Hasn’t he seen CSI?

vg 9:08 am 24 May 11

Don’t get too excited, he’s only handing out sentences that the law permits. He’s only doing what he should be doing. Terry should *hic* watch

LeatherJen 7:16 am 24 May 11

Mr Evil said :

screaming banshee said :

Lets hope young Bradley gets a turn in front of the good judge.

Now there’s a thought.

I’d pay pots of gold to see that happen!

If the judge stays, then it’s clealy just a matter of time.

bigfeet 7:09 am 24 May 11

ScienceRules said :

Sounds like he’s just the sort of person who deserves a “second chance”.!

Unless he already has had a second chance (or third, or fourth…..). If he has been given that chance before and squandered it then I say lock him up for as long as possible.

Spideydog 11:05 pm 23 May 11

ScienceRules said :

TheQueenOfHearts said :

Spideydog said :

TheQueenOfHearts said :

at the risk of getting slaughtered; my partner gets sentenced tomorrow…Ah s***!

Is your partner “truly” sorry for what he/she has done? Are they “rehabilitatable”?? If so, good luck. If not, well …….. what can I say !!!! Hopefully something happens to change his/her ways.

yeah, he is, hes activly sought treatment in fixing his probblems and he is doing so well, Hopefully Sir Judge will see that he has changed his ways and is ready to face community as a law obiding citizen free of drug dependance and criminal association. The AMC is full of the stuff he is trying to avoid. So community is our next step

Sounds like he’s just the sort of person who deserves a “second chance”. Jail is really only good for keeping scum who will never reform locked up . And teaching apprentice scum the ways of the criminal underworld.

Good luck to both of you!

Here’s hoping we have a success story here 🙂

ScienceRules 10:18 pm 23 May 11

TheQueenOfHearts said :

Spideydog said :

TheQueenOfHearts said :

at the risk of getting slaughtered; my partner gets sentenced tomorrow…Ah s***!

Is your partner “truly” sorry for what he/she has done? Are they “rehabilitatable”?? If so, good luck. If not, well …….. what can I say !!!! Hopefully something happens to change his/her ways.

yeah, he is, hes activly sought treatment in fixing his probblems and he is doing so well, Hopefully Sir Judge will see that he has changed his ways and is ready to face community as a law obiding citizen free of drug dependance and criminal association. The AMC is full of the stuff he is trying to avoid. So community is our next step

Sounds like he’s just the sort of person who deserves a “second chance”. Jail is really only good for keeping scum who will never reform locked up . And teaching apprentice scum the ways of the criminal underworld.

Good luck to both of you!

TheQueenOfHearts 10:06 pm 23 May 11

Spideydog said :

TheQueenOfHearts said :

at the risk of getting slaughtered; my partner gets sentenced tomorrow…Ah s***!

Is your partner “truly” sorry for what he/she has done? Are they “rehabilitatable”?? If so, good luck. If not, well …….. what can I say !!!! Hopefully something happens to change his/her ways.

yeah, he is, hes activly sought treatment in fixing his probblems and he is doing so well, Hopefully Sir Judge will see that he has changed his ways and is ready to face community as a law obiding citizen free of drug dependance and criminal association. The AMC is full of the stuff he is trying to avoid. So community is our next step

LSWCHP 9:56 pm 23 May 11

Judge Neild for President!

This is the best thing to come out of the ACT court system in years. Good on Da Judge.

Mr Evil 8:44 pm 23 May 11

screaming banshee said :

Lets hope young Bradley gets a turn in front of the good judge.

Now there’s a thought.

I’d pay pots of gold to see that happen!

screaming banshee 8:10 pm 23 May 11

Lets hope young Bradley gets a turn in front of the good judge.

Spideydog 7:54 pm 23 May 11

TheQueenOfHearts said :

at the risk of getting slaughtered; my partner gets sentenced tomorrow…Ah s***!

Is your partner “truly” sorry for what he/she has done? Are they “rehabilitatable”?? If so, good luck. If not, well …….. what can I say !!!! Hopefully something happens to change his/her ways.

Hosinator 7:39 pm 23 May 11

I for one welcome our new judicial overlord. I must say this is such a feel good story, thank you Judge Neild!

TheQueenOfHearts 7:18 pm 23 May 11

at the risk of getting slaughtered; my partner gets sentenced tomorrow…Ah s***!

Swaggie 4:20 pm 23 May 11

One less fuckwit on our streets for at least 4 years…good to see this story – almost reaffirmed my faith in the judiciary. Let’s have more of it.

The Frots 3:30 pm 23 May 11

Is there any chance that Justice Nield would be willling to leave his DNA so that we can reproduce him to take the place of the remaining Judiciary?

Perhaps a breeding program? I understand they are fairly successful. We need more of this guy!!!!

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