violent disorder


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violently angry and destructive behavior

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Leyshon, of Ty Gwyn Road, Penygraig, denied murder but admitted manslaughter and violent disorder.
Judge Jonathan Rose told the eight defendants: "In sentencing for violent disorder and affray such as this the courts have regard, not to you, who have drunk too much and punched and kicked and fought, but to the people in the public gallery, the people who were just trying to have an enjoyable evening before going back to their working lives again.
Scotland Yard said that a 24-yearold man was also arrested on suspicion of violent disorder in Crawley, Sussex, as part of the swoop.
TWO men and one woman have been found guilty of violent disorder in connection with a mass pub brawl.
Finnegan, of Reuben Street, Rialto, South Dublin, was jailed for four years after being found guilty of one charge of violent disorder on the quays.
And the force said four other men arrested last Thursday on suspicion of violent disorder had also been bailed.
In addition to the 29 charged with violent disorder, one other person was released without charge and the others accepted police cautions.
The 20 men will appear before magistrates in Birmingham next week charged with violent disorder, West Midlands Police said.
Yesterday seven of the group - six from the Swansea area and one from Llanelli - denied violent disorder and four of them denied a second count of affray.
Four other people have also been charged with the offence of violent disorder in relation to the incident.
His sentence included two 12-month sentences for violent disorder and burglary, to run concurrently.
A POLICEMAN giving evidence at the trial of a Scot accused of violent disorder at last year's G20 riot in London told a court yesterday: "We were fighting for our lives.
Jurors also convicted Croft, Parr and Dean of violent disorder, while Gleave, McMahon and Carolan had already admitted the same offence.
Both defendants are also accused of violent disorder in connection with the death of Mr Shafiq, of York Street, Nelson, Lancashire.
A 20-year-old from Cefn Hengoed was remanded in custody by Caerphilly magistrates charged with attempted grievous bodily harm, violent disorder and resisting arrest.
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