Man spends nearly a year in jail – after he forgot his solicitor’s name

Paul O’Hare, 47, spent 23-and-a-half hours a day in his cell, with cockroaches and rats, until he finally remembered the name of his solicitorA prisoner spent 23 hours a day in a prison cell for almost a year - after he forgot his solicitor’s name.

Paul O’Hare, 47, was eventually sentenced for burgling his ex-girlfriend’s home and then cooking himself some breakfast in November 2014,.

His former partner lived in Roehampton, in London, and his case was transferred to Teesside, where O'Hare is from, the Gazette Live reported .

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But he failed to appear on March 23 last year and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

The police finally caught up with O’Hare from South Bank and on July 5 last year. He was remanded in custody to Wandsworth Prison, London.

His lawyer said that for ten and a half months until yesterday, O’Hare spent 23 and a half hours a day in his cell, with only cockroaches and rats for company, until he finally remembered the name of his solicitor - John Nixon, whose firm Brown, Beer, Nixon, Mallon has offices in Middlesbrough and Redcar.

Mirror News

 

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