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Ex-MP Eric Joyce Walks Free Over Assault
Former MP Eric Joyce has avoided jail after attacking two teenagers in an ''unjustified and unprovoked'' assault in a shop.
The 54-year-old attacked the boys aged 14 and 15 at News and Food Express in Chalk Farm, north London, on October 17.
District Judge John Zani, passing sentence at Westminster Magistrates' Court, handed down a 10-week jail term suspended for two years and a £1,080 fine, and ordered that he must attend a rehabilitation programme which aims to reduce violent behaviour.
Joyce, former MP for Falkirk, insisted at the trial earlier this month that he was performing a ''citizen's arrest'' but the judge found him guilty of two counts of common assault.
Prosecutor Jonathan Swain told the court that it was an "unjustified and unprovoked assault on both boys''.
Speaking after the hearing, Joyce said: "I think that is a fair outcome.''
Asked if he felt remorse for his actions, he added: ``Of course. In the end it was a 14-year-old boy and that is a shame and a cause of considerable remorse and I have to both pay the price and make sure I don't do it again.''
Addressing Joyce in his sentencing remarks, the judge said: "In my view the evidence against you was very overwhelming and the defence that you put forward was lacking in any credibility, particularly when one looks at the CCTV evidence and your interpretation of what that demonstrated, I'm afraid, vastly differed from the way I saw the events portrayed.''
He went on: "The events in October 2014 did you no credit. Your reaction to what you perceived was happening in the shop was entirely unacceptable.''
District Judge Zani told Joyce that he must ensure he avoids violence in the future.
"I'm just able in all the circumstances here to suspended the term of imprisonment,'' he said.
"I consider that you have dealt with your alcohol problem and you need to focus on dealing with situations where there is a requirement for you not to resort to violence.''
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