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Locked up in March - 14 of the most high profile criminals jailed in Sussex last month

A warehouse worker who killed a stranger, a father who bottled someone over cigarettes and a boxer who drove like an 'idiot' are just some of criminals jailed in Sussex last month.

Here is a roundup of some of the most serious sentencings and court hearings in Sussex in March. All sentencing details accurate at time of convictions.

Hanley was found guilty of GBH with intent following a lengthy trial. It relates to a savage attack on his partner in which she suffered stab wounds and had her throat slit. He was remanded in custody ahead of his sentencing in May.

9. Liam Hanley, 32, of no fixed address

Hanley was found guilty of GBH with intent following a lengthy trial. It relates to a savage attack on his partner in which she suffered stab wounds and had her throat slit. He was remanded in custody ahead of his sentencing in May.
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Julijs Andrianovs was found slumped over his steering wheel with a sword and a crack pipe stashed in his car, a court heard. He was jailed for nine months after pleading guilty to possessing an offensive weapon and failing to provide a blood sample to police and being convicted of a further charge of possessing an offensive weapon.

10. Julijs Andrianovs, 36, of Roundstone Lane, East Preston

Julijs Andrianovs was found slumped over his steering wheel with a sword and a crack pipe stashed in his car, a court heard. He was jailed for nine months after pleading guilty to possessing an offensive weapon and failing to provide a blood sample to police and being convicted of a further charge of possessing an offensive weapon.
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Annoyed at some noise being made by two people on their way home from a New Years Eve party, Besmir armed himself with a knife, went outside, and attacked them. He was jailed for nine and a half years for two counts of GBH with intent and drug possession.

11. Alex Besmir, 34, of Temple Street, Brighton

Annoyed at some noise being made by two people on their way home from a New Years Eve party, Besmir armed himself with a knife, went outside, and attacked them. He was jailed for nine and a half years for two counts of GBH with intent and drug possession.
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Field was detained by a plucky police officer as he attempted to escape through a boggy field in Ringmer. He admitted driving while disqualified, driving with no insurance and failing to stop for police and was jailed for 18 months.

12. Joshua Field, 29, of South Street, East Hoathly

Field was detained by a plucky police officer as he attempted to escape through a boggy field in Ringmer. He admitted driving while disqualified, driving with no insurance and failing to stop for police and was jailed for 18 months.
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