Committal for contempt of Court in Open Court in the County Court sitting at Birmingham : Cope

|Contempt of Court

Case Number A02BM939 Birmingham City Council -v- Daniel Cope

In relation to the above numbered case on 30th October 2015,  District Judge Davies sitting at the Birmingham Civil Justice Centre as a District Judge of the County Court at Birmingham, sentenced the Defendant in that case, Daniel Cope to a suspended custodial sentence of 12 weeks for contempt of court on breach of an Interim Injunction dated 9th January 2015 and a Final Injunction dated 18th May 2015. The basis of the sentence imposed is that Daniel Cope:

Was in breach of the interim injunction, by failing to prevent his dog from causing a foul smell on the 4th floor communal landing on the dates set out in the first committal notice.

12 weeks.

Was in breach of the interim injunction, by failing to prevent his dog from causing a foul smell on the 4th floor communal landing on the dates set out in the second committal notice.

12 weeks concurrent.

Was in breach of the final injunction, by failing to prevent his dog from causing a foul smell on the 4th floor communal landing on the dates set out in the second committal notice.

12 weeks concurrent.

Was in breach of the final injunction, by keeping or permitting a dog to be present within the property on the dates specified in the second committal notice.

6 weeks concurrent.

Was in breach of the final injunction, by shouting verbal abuse at Rachel Elizabeth Douglas on 23 June 2015.

4 weeks concurrent.

These breaches were contrary to the terms of the Interim Injunction Order dated 9th January 2015 and the Final Injunction Order dated 18th May 2015 to which Daniel Cope was subject.