Between December 29, 2016, and March 29, 2017, while serving as an acting police officer employed by Northumbria Police, he wilfully
misconducted himself, without reasonable excuse of justification, by engaging in a relationship with [a second woman], a witness is an investigation in which he was involved, to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public's trust in a police officer.
The 26-year-old denied charges of wilfully
injuring a badger, taking part in an animal fight and being present at the scene.
The NAB has decided to take to task all the big fishes who deviously and wilfully
defaulted electricity bills.
The other patients Jones admitted wilfully
neglecting were named as David Kinsey Gough, Carolyn Sullivan, David Alun Evans, John Robert Jenkins, Ronald Bevan, Colin Davies, Jean Preece and Kathleen Chappell.
and Ibrahim Mohamed Al Amin are charged with knowingly and wilfully
interfering with the administration of justice by publishing information on purported confidential witnesses in the case.
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.
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.
Horwell, 48, of Manor Oaks Tree, Sheffield, and Wallace, 40, who also goes by the name Baston, of Great Park, Newcastle, both denied a charge they wilfully
ill treating the child in a manner likely to cause unnecessary suffering or injury to health.
Nurse Rebecca Jones, 29, pleaded guilty to nine charges of wilfully
neglecting patients |at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend
Despite some great performances and some laughs, it's a movie just a touch too wilfully
weird to quite work.