A Council v M & Ors (Judgment 2: Welfare) [2012] EWHC 4242 (Fam) (17 July 2012)


A Council v M & Ors (Judgment 2: Welfare) [2012] EWHC 4242 (Fam) (17 July 2012)

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The mother has been charged with five offences of child cruelty. Three relate to the artificial insemination of A, one to leaving C in A’s care in 2009 when she and B went to the USA, and one to cruelty to C. On 3 August 2012 the mother will appear at Crown Court for the first time and she says that she intends to plead guilty to three of these charges, albeit on the basis of different facts to those found by this court. A sentence of imprisonment in due course is a real possibility.

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