Solihull News: Angry gran's death threat; COURT: Woman attacked man in row over son's child.Byline: By Paul Beard Paul Beard (October 14, 1904 - June 9, 2002) was an author and was the president of the College of Psychic Studies based in London, England for sixteen years.
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A WOMAN who threatened and assaulted the new partner of her son's former girlfriend in a row over access to her grandson has been given a conditional discharge A conditional discharge is a sentence passed by a court whereby the defendant is not punished provided he complies with certain conditions. An absolute discharge is unconditional: in some jurisdictions, where no conditions are imposed at all, in others where the conditions for two years.
Christina Murphy turned up at the couple's home in Station Road, Knowle, Solihull threatening to kill them, and also threatened to snatch snatch
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Murphy (42) of School Lane, Stadhampton, near Oxford, pleaded not guilty at Warwick Crown Court to two charges of putting Clare Walters and Sean Kinaine in fear of violence by harassment Ask a Lawyer
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She was found guilty of the offence against Sean, although she was cleared of the alleged offence against Clare.
Prosecutor Naomi Gilchrist said: "She pursued a course of conduct against these people, and on at least two occasions caused them to fear violence would be used. In fact she took it beyond that, because she did use violence."
Clare had been in a relationship with Murphy's son, and their son Charlie was four at the time of the offences.
Not long after Charlie had been born Clare and Murphy's son separated, but Clare kept in contact with Murphy who would have Charlie to stay with her from time to time.
In 2003 Clare began a relationship with Sean, and when she gave birth to their son William in February last year, Murphy felt she was being pushed out of the family unit.
But in June, as Sean was taking Charlie to school, Murphy pulled up in a car and went over to him shouting that she was going to take Charlie. Sean stepped in front of the child, but Murphy attacked him by headbutting him and hitting him, and then tried to grab Charlie.
A builder working at a nearby house intervened, and Sean asked him to take Charlie into the house, which he did.
Clare arrived to get Charlie, to find that Murphy was in the house and had picked Charlie up, so Clare took the boy from her and was alleged to have been punched by Murphy.
Murphy was arrested but granted bail, and later she threatened Sean, telling him to withdraw his complaint. The next day she saw the couple in Solihull and attacked Sean, which was seen by police officers who arrested her.
But Murphy, who defended herself in court, claimed Sean had been the aggressor AGGRESSOR, crim. law. He who begins, a quarrel or dispute, either by threatening or striking another. No man may strike another because he has threatened, or in consequence of the use of any words. throughout.