28th February 1911
Reference Numbert19110228-20
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty; Not Guilty > no evidence
SentenceImprisonment > hard labour; Miscellaneous

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LIGER, Leon (44, baker), and SOLLIER, Marguerite (23, cook) , both unlawfully conspiring and agreeing together and with one Lionel Marie to procure a certain woman, to wit, Rosie Lily Pike, to become a common prostitute without the King's Dominions, to leave the United Kingdom with intent that she might become an inmate of a brothel elsewhere, and to leave her usual place of abode in the United Kingdom, such place not being a brothel, with intent that she might for the purposes of prostitution, become an inmate of a brothel without the King's Dominions.

Mr. Travers Humphreys prosecuted; Mr. Purcell defended.

Liger pleaded guilty.

Mr. Travers Humphreys stated that after carefully considering the case he proposed to offer no evidence against Sollier, and a verdict of Not guilty was returned.

(Thursday, March 2.)

Sentence (Liger), Nine months' hard labour; recommended for expulsion under the Aliens Act.


(Wednesday, March 1.)

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