Sentenced to life aged 12: The Justin Bieber look-a-like jailed for helping to murder his friend's stepfather after being tried as an adult Paul Gingerich sentenced to 25-years for shooting a friend's stepfatherHe was tried as an adult and is not due to be released until he is 37Story is the subject of a gripping new documentary to be aired this week :%20The%20Justin%20Bieber%20look-a-like%20jailed%20for%20helping%20to%20murder%20his%20friend's…%20http://bit.ly/11N1dLC%20via%[email protected]' }); With his floppy fringe and sweet, angelic face it is plain to see why his teachers described him as looking like Justin Bieber's cute younger brother. But while most children his age spend their days laughing with friends with nothing more serious to consider than their latest homework assignment, Paul Henry Gingerich is enduring an entirely different reality
'Cover-up' over legal aid bill for Lawrence killers: Officials refuse to confirm if pair spent 1m of taxpayers' cashMurderers Gary Dobson, 37, and David Norris, 36, are believed to have spent the sum on defence costsBut Legal Services Commission has blocked a request for information about exactly how much taxpayers’ money they usedThe pair were found guilty of the 1993 murder of Stephen Lawrence in January 2012 | UPDATED: 01:12 GMT, 27 December 2012 The Stephen Lawrence case was engulfed in a secrecy row last night after court officials refused to reveal how much legal aid his killers claimed.
Terminally ill woman not consulted before 'do not resuscitate' notice was placed on her medical records, judge rulesGrandmother Janet Tracey, 63, objected when she found note Judge Nicola Davies says consultant wanted to 'avoid conversation' Mrs Tracey had terminal lung cancer and broke neck in car crash | UPDATED: 07:37 GMT, 20 December 2012 Doctors placed a do not resuscitate order on a patient’s notes without her knowledge or consent, a High Court judge said yesterday. Grandmother Janet Tracey, 63, had terminal lung cancer when she was admitted to hospital with a fractured neck following a serious car accident
SAS hero wins fight to be at home with family but now he wants return to frontline Sergeant Danny Nightingale was jailed for 18 months for illegally possessing a pistol and ammunitionAppeal Court reduced sentence to 12 months suspended – allowing him to return homeSoldier could be deployed to Helmand if he rejoins Duke of Lancashire's Regiment | UPDATED: 08:53 GMT, 3 December 2012 SAS sniper Sergeant Danny Nightingale could be back on the Afghan frontline within months. He is determined to return to the Special Forces regiment after winning a legal battle last week.
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