Jones pleaded guilty to nine charges of wilfully
neglecting nine patients "lacking capacity" at the Welsh hospital between February 2012 and February 2013.
Jones faces nine charges of ill treating or wilfully
neglecting patients on ward two by failing to check and then falsifying blood glucose levels.
They also been charged with knowingly and wilfully
interfering with the administration of justice by failing to remove from Al-Jadeed TV's website and Al-Jadeed TV's YouTube channel information on purported confidential witnesses.
Another driver was also reported for summons for wilfully
obstructing the highway.
Another two men, Christopher Holmes, 28, and Malcolm Warner, 28, both from York, were handed 12-week custodial sentences suspended for 12 months after they pleaded guilty to wilfully
killing a badger, digging for badgers and interfering with a badger sett.
It is alleged that (a) He wilfully
participated in the excessive restraint of the alleged victim at Wilton Street (b) wilfully
neglected to prevent the excessive restraint of Mr Powell, and (c) wilfully
neglected to cause him to be taken to hospital following the incidents at Wilton Street.
Ajmal Rashid, aged 19, of Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, without lawful authority had in a public place an offensive weapon namely a cosh and wilfully
obstructing a police constable in the execution of his duty, committed to detention in a young offenders' institution for 21 days.
Compared with Perrault's wilfully
simple quartet of podium-mounted towers, Portzamparc's wilfully
complex accretions of sculptural objects are imbued with an inviting dynamism.
This case, by implication, seems to also question the right of a group of non-buyers in a non-eviction plan to wilfully
kill a conversion by the willful misuse of a non-buy pledge.
Nurse Rebecca Jones, 29, pleaded guilty to nine charges of wilfully
neglecting patients |at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend
Jake Johnson, the shambolic, fumbling flatmate from TV's New Girl, plays a shambolic, fumbling journalist in a wilfully
amateurish lo-fi 'Mumblecore' flick featuring a cast of pasty-faced bedheads which strives for realism by utilising overlapping dialogue.
Kelvin Fore, of Ellesmere Walk, Middlesbrough, pleaded guilty to one charge of wilfully
neglecting resident Simone Blake but denied a second allegation against the same person.