Habibullah was given a six month jail term suspended for 18 months, placed on supervision for 18 months and told he must register as a sex offender for the next seven years.
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Police became aware of the situation on March 27, after one of Mr. Callis drove her around Worcester County to meet clients found on a dating website who paid between 0 and 0 for sexual services.
Callis’ alleged victims walked into the Fitchburg Police Station asking for help to get out of an “unsafe situation.” According to a State Police investigative report, the woman told authorities that she had worked as a prostitute for Mr.
Ian Windridge, prosecuting, said that in a victim impact statement the woman described how she now felt anxious and nervous adding, "I now feel as though I have to have my guard up all the time." She said that after the offence committed on July 22, 2014, she was badly affected by stress and went on "When I think about what happened I feel sick".
Simon Burch, defending, said Habibullah who had a number of medical problems including heart troubles and arthritis had worked extremely hard for the Muslim community.
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Crown and magistrates’ courts replaced the assize and quarter sessions courts in 1971.
It does not cover civil court records such as those created by the tribunals service (which deals with cases of, for example, child support and social security), county courts (civil litigation) or the civil division of the High Court and the Court of Appeal.
Dr Jaswant Rathore faces a total of 18 charges of sexual assault, involving ten complainants, alleged to have been committed between September 2013 and May 2015.
The 59-year-old, who has been suspended from treating patients by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, was remanded on conditional bail after appearing at Wolverhampton Crown Court where Judge Michael Challinor lifted a condition barring him from attending his Dudley surgery during the day.