It was held that he committed an offence under section 14.
The question is: have they on those facts alone committed an offence?
The police also have photographs of the men committing a similar offence a week ago.
Human rights also apply to those who have committed offences and are in prison.
They are men who will have committed an offence within the confines of their family and community.
So if you've got one at home, you're committing an offence by being in possession of it.
Do you consider that I may have committed a disciplinary offence?
The penalty for committing an offence under Section 16 is a fine of up to £5,000.
I never committed a real offence in all me days at sea.
If it is in the public interest to identify them, as a warning to others who may commit a similar offence.