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Where an offender convicted of one of the following offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006, is the owner of Read More

See Step 6 of the relevant guideline for dangerous dog offences: Breeding, selling, exchanging or advertising a prohibited dog, Dangerous Read More

Confiscation orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 may only be made by the Crown Court. An offender convicted Read More

A fine is payable in full on the day on which it is imposed. The offender should always be asked Read More

Where a guilty plea has been entered, the amount of the fine should be reduced by the appropriate proportion. Courts Read More

A fine and a custodial sentence may be imposed for the same offence although there will be few circumstances in Read More

Where an offender is to be fined for two or more offences that arose out of the same incident, it Read More

When sentencing for offences committed on or after 1 October 2012 a magistrates’ court must order the Victim Surcharge in Read More

A fine must not exceed the statutory limit. Where this is expressed in terms of a ‘level’, the maxima are: Read More

Where an offence is committed by an organisation, guidance on fines can be found in the environmental offences guideline. See Read More