Archive for the ‘eastlaw Prosecutions’ Category

Chip shop owner pleads guilty to Food Hygiene Offences

eastlaw prosecutes chip shop owner for food hygiene offences. On 28 November 2018, eastlaw (acting on behalf of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk) successfully prosecuted a chip shop owner for Food Hygiene Offences. The Food Business Operator pleaded guilty to a string of  …

Great result in animal cruelty case

A woman has been jailed for 22 weeks – suspended for two years – after pleading guilty to two charges of keeping a dog-breeding establishment without a licence, and a further 15 charges of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal or failing to ensure the …

Man receives custodial sentence for Injunction breach

North Norfolk District Council, assisted by eastlaw, has successfully prosecuted a man for breaching an injunction preventing him from intimidating members of the public in Cromer.  A custodial sentence of 12 weeks was passed following an appearance at Norwich County Court. Further information can be …

Successful outcome following snap inspection

The owner of a popular riverside pub and restaurant faces a ban from managing his own food business and has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 after inspectors found a host of hygiene breaches. Cara Jordan (eastlaw), prosecuting on behalf of North Norfolk District …

Successful prosecution by eastlaw

Another successful prosecution by Cara Jordan, Barrister of eastlaw, North Norfolk District Council. The Pleasure Boat Inn Ltd, did dispose of waste (including plastic fiberglass vinyl flooring) at the Nelson Head, The Street, Horsey in a manner (burning) likely to cause pollution of the environment/harm …