complainer


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a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining

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While making his complaint, the accused is described to have flown into a rage and headbutted the complainer once to the face which knocked him to the floor.
The uniformed officer and his working partner are understood to have been driving the "diary car" - a vehicle reserved for appointments with complainers of crime.
In addition to being detained and interviewed, the complainer had DNA taken and was medically examined by a doctor.
On this day you lost your head and told the dog to go and bite the complainer.
Mr Martin added: "I believe it is appropriate they apologise to the complainer and her son.
The new policy introduces the option of setting up alternative conflict resolution groups in which non- and minor-discipline cases can be resolved in sessions with the officer and the complainer, Bratton said.
It quite simply showed that what she was telling police did not add up the complainer had not entered the area.
Fiscal depute Susan Ruta said: "The complainer was in pain and backed off from the accused.
I've always been able to handle being down, I've never been a whiner or complainer,'' Williams said.
Ms Anderson said: "The accused grabbed the complainer by the hair and punched her to the face.
25 am the complainer became aware of someone outside his home.
Stuart Richardson, prosecuting, told Perth Sheriff Court yesterday: "The accused was in a licensed premises and so was the complainer, who is 68.
She said: "He pushed the complainer on the face with the open palm of his hand.
He was granted bail on condition he does not approach the complainer or go to Orkney.