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Mr. Charles Pitto

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Stipendiary Magistrate

 
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Stipendiary Magistrate Charles ...
www.chronicle.gi, 13 Feb 2014 [cached]
Stipendiary Magistrate Charles Pitto warned "all sentencing options remain open."
Stipendiary Magistrate Charles ...
www.chronicle.gi, 7 Feb 2014 [cached]
Stipendiary Magistrate Charles Pitto has started imposing tougher fines on tobacco smugglers, a move he first signalled last month.
Mr Pitto warned in January 2014 that normal fines would be going up and that persistent repeat offenders could expect greater punishments than fines.
Court practice had been to issue a fine mirroring the commercial value of the tobacco in respect of which the offence is committed.
However, Mr Pitto yesterday meted out a fine to a Spanish national £100 in excess of the commercial value of the tobacco he was in possession of.
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Mr Pitto's tougher stance on tobacco smugglers echoes the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo's plans to clamp down on illicit tobacco activity and is in keeping with the recommendations made by the European Commission after its inspectors visited the border in September last year.
However, Stipendiary Magistrate ...
www.chronicle.gi, 23 Jan 2014 [cached]
However, Stipendiary Magistrate Charles Pitto denied the defendant's application for bail and remanded him in custody until January 28.
Tobacco smugglers will face tougher fines ...
www.chronicle.gi, 17 Jan 2014 [cached]
Tobacco smugglers will face tougher fines and persistent repeat offenders could even go to jail, Stipendiary Magistrate Charles Pitto has warned.
Current court practice is to issue a fine mirroring the commercial value of the tobacco in respect of which the offence is committed.
But "normal fines will be going up and the court has powers greater than fines for repeat offenders," Mr Pitto said during a hearing in the Magistrates' Court.
Current legislation allows ample leeway for the courts to impose fines of up to £10,000 or three times the value of the tobacco, whichever is greater. The legislation also allows for punishments such as community service orders and even prison sentences of up to six months for repeat offenders.
Mr Pitto's warning coincides with Chief Minister Fabian Picardo's plans to clamp down on tobacco offences.
In sentencing, Stipendiary Magistrate ...
www.chronicle.gi, 21 Dec 2013 [cached]
In sentencing, Stipendiary Magistrate Charles Pitto acknowledged Mr Ben Youssef's early guilty plea, but said
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