HC Deb 16 July 1913 vol 55 c1249

asked the Home Secretary if he has reconsidered the case of Walter Harold Franklin, who was sentenced to a fine of £10 and costs at Oxford last April for obstructing a tram-driver; and if he has been able to advise a remission of some part of the fine and costs?


I am glad to say that the defendant, having paid a substantial part of the fine by weekly instalments, I have felt able, on the recommendation of the justices, to advise the remission of the remainder of the penalty.