Instead they got a slap on the wrist
while one has a new job working for an SNP MP.
J defends the British justice system, 'Legal defence', (GDN, August 12), yet the UK is a country where if you are charged for the 18th time with a violent offence after glassing a stranger in the face in a nightclub, you walk away from court with a slap on the wrist
It was more a slap on the wrist
and probably 'don't do it again'.
Summary: Doctors flaunting their 'white coats' outside of the workplace have been given a slap on the wrist
by the Ministry of Health.
He said: "I'm angry they got a slap on the wrist
- it can't end like this.
One said: "They hit people and got a slap on the wrist
Courts have taken harsh measures against Jews in Judea and Samaria, but a judge gave only a slap on the wrist
to a leftist who struck policemen.
She said: "There isn't a punishment that fits the crime - we're kind of giving them a slap on the wrist
Now they know they will get more than a slap on the wrist
According to council authorities in Scotland last week, it is a racist insult - but only one worthy of a slap on the wrist
does any more than give North Korea and Iran a slap on the wrist
So the school where Daniel was bullied was let off the hook entirely, and the state child-protection apparatus was let go with a slap on the wrist
Gordon Egan, whose five-month-old son Thomas died at Jigsaw nursery in Milton Keynes after being fed dairy products despite being told he was allergic to milk, said, 'It's just a slap on the wrist
Travel West Midlands spokesman Phil Bateman said the youth had received little more than a slap on the wrist
while the victim had only recently returned to work where he was still only able to do "light office duties.
It's like a slap on the wrist
which is deplorable given that the lives of innocent people have been forever altered.