Man handed suspended jail term for serious assault in Dream bar, St Helens

St Helens Star: Henshaw will be electronically tagged and placed under curfew for four months Henshaw will be electronically tagged and placed under curfew for four months

A MAN has received a suspended prison sentence after pleading guilty to a serious assault in a town centre bar.

Michael Henshaw, 31, from Ridgewood Drive in Sutton admitted assaulting a man at the Dream Bar in Westfield Street in December.

Following a hearing at St Helens Magistrates’ Court he was sentenced to 16 weeks in jail suspended for a year after what was described as a very serious assault.

Henshaw will be electronically tagged and placed under curfew for four months.

He must also carry out 100 hours unpaid work within a year and was fined a total £465.

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9:00am Wed 2 Apr 14

jumperr says...

Faith in the justice system, it would test a "sinner"
Faith in the justice system, it would test a "sinner" jumperr
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2:19pm Wed 2 Apr 14

MrBenggo says...

What we want are judges with a sense of justice,all too often the victims of crime are let down.
Pathetic.
What we want are judges with a sense of justice,all too often the victims of crime are let down. Pathetic. MrBenggo
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