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Discontent in Rubite

By Martin Myall

The Motril law courts have found a worker at the Rubite Town Hall guilty of attacking a conservative (PP) councillor. »

Beach Flasher Sentenced

By Vivienne Hughes

A young man has been sentenced to a 9-month, suspended imprisonment sentence for indecent exposure on a Motril beach. »

Stalker Sentenced

By Hugh MacArthur

The provincial law courts in Granada has confirmed a 6-month, suspended sentence for a Motril man for stalking a woman who didn't want to go out with him. »

Dog Death Court Sentence

By Vivienne Hughes

A woman from Villabilla (Madrid) has received a 1-year suspended sentence for cruelty to an animal; she let her own dog starve. »

Something is Amiss

By Martin Myall

Thanks to a plea deal, six policemen facing years in prison for giving a man such a beating that he died from it, got off with a just suspended sentence. »

School Truancy Leads to Prison

By Hugh MacArthur

A judge in Valencia has given a suspended sentence of three months' imprisonment each to parents for permitting their children's repeated school truancy. »

Wrong Car

By Hugh MacArthur

A man was driving home with his 9-year-old son from a basketball match when another car cut across his bows, forcing him to stop. The result was the driver ended up in Málaga hospital. »

Guilty of Biting Doctor’s Buttocks

By Martin Myall

A man in Motril - it just had to be Motril - was given a year's, suspended, prison sentence for having bitten a doctor's buttocks, whilst being treated. This happened back in 2008 but has only just reached trial and sentencing. »

Teacher Basher Released

By Martin Myall

Estefana C.F. has been released from prison on parole after serving five months of her 3-year prison sentence for striking a female school teacher. The 24-year-old mother from Fuente Vaquero in central Granada was the first woman in Spain to be sent to prison for physically assaulting a school teacher. »

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