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Tuesday, 03 March 2015

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Carlisle woman jailed for unprovoked attack

A Carlisle woman has been sent to prison for 26 weeks.

Sarah Louise Richardson, 21, of Linden Terrace, denied a charge, jointly with another of assaulting a woman but was found guilty after a trial at North Cumbria magistrates court.

Magistrates jailed her after hearing of her previous record, the serious injury involved and the fact that the attack was unprovoked.

She was also ordered to pay £150 compensation.

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