|Nikki James Fox: Guilty plea, sentenced to 12 months imprisonment suspended for 3 years|
Nikki James Fox, from Bourne, who previously pleaded guilty to two charges under Sect3 Computer Misuse Act 1990, one involving a Denial of Service attack, and had dreams of setting up a community television station in Peterborough was sentenced earlier today to 12 months imprisonment suspended for 3 years. If Mr Fox breaks the conditions of his suspended sentence within the next 3 years, he can be sent to prison.
The sentence was handed down at his Crown Court sentencing hearing on Friday 28th April 2017 at Craigavon Crown Court, Northern Ireland.
Fox spent the night on remand in custody, was for his Friday sentencing hearing dressed in a white t-shirt, listened whilst the Judge addressed him in the dock. The Judge in his lengthy and detailed summing up quoted from victim impact statements and character references. (A fuller report will be carried later)
Fox gave an undertaking to the Court that he would no longer be involved in computing.
At an earlier hearing on Thursday, the Court revoked Foxs' bail and remanded him overnight into custody.
CASE NUMBER 16/084767
GUILTY - 20-MAR-2017
Source N.I. Court Service , CNS, CourtNews,
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