A Norwich Sunday league football manager, who invaded the pitch to deliver a knock-out punch to a rival player has been ordered to pay his victim £500 compensation and given a six month suspended jail sentence.
Simon Hall’s widow has today told his inquest that she felt the 36-year-old killer of Capel St Mary pensioner Joan Albert was not getting adequate help and support in prison before he was found hanged.
Peter's job involves chasing down crime stories across Norfolk and parts of Suffolk, covering courts and preparing backgrounders for trials. Peter also monitors the performance of key organisations like police forces, police and crime commissioners, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and prisons, including HMP Norwich.
He also looks to raise awareness of issues affecting victims in the county.