Rosh

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RoshRoshani (linguistics)
RoshRisk of Serious Harm
RoshRetrofitting of Social Housing (EU; Hanover, Germany)
RoshRestriction of Certain Hazardous Substances
RoshRegistry of Occupational Safety and Health
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Batista faced a substantial risk of serious harm by being placed in the holding cell, without even considering the ongoing surveillance of the cell by BCSD officers.
the 42"You pose a high risk of serious harm and I find you are dangerous." Judge Robert Spragg
"You represent a significant risk of serious harm to children, to women and to the general public."
On Friday, his case was back in court as he fought the Birmingham Crown Court ruling that he is a risk of serious harm to children.
One expert concluded the defendant, now aged 15, presently posed a high risk of serious harm to the public including forces and emergency service personnel worldwide, Manchester Crown Court heard.
The judge told the 30-year-old from Birkby: "I am of the view that because this is the second attack using weapons on a member of the public in the street you do pose a risk of serious harm to members of the public."
Sentencing him for armed robbery at Norwich Crown Court today, judge Anthony Bate said Hennells posed a "high risk of serious harm to the public".
His family and neighbours in the vicinity were also put at risk of serious harm.
As part of the recent changes, however, from March 19, the Crimes Act includes a new offence against a new group defined as "vulnerable adults" who, like children, for various reasons are not able to remove themselves from a risk of serious harm. (3)
Court chairwoman Nina Brown told Dicken, of Pendyffryn, Llandudno Junction: "Although there were no serious injuries there was the potential risk of serious harm."
"You presently pose a high risk of serious harm to boys unless and until you gain some insight into the gravity of your offending," he stated.