Denny offender gets started on his unpaid work

Graham Mackay (46) appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday having pleaded guilty to assaulting a man – striking him on the head and hand with a sharp implement to his permanent disfigurement – in Godfrey Avenue, Denny on November 3, 2019.

By Court Reporter
Sunday, 3rd April 2022, 2:46 pm
Updated Monday, 4th April 2022, 5:08 pm

The court heard Mackay had received 270 hours of unpaid work to complete in October last year and had so far done around 50 hours.

It was also stated he was staying in touch with social work as per the supervision element of his order.

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If he had not done the hours he had, the order would have been revoked.

Sheriff Craig Harris stated he did not need to vary the order since Mackay, 7 Rose Terrace, Denny, now seemed to be complying with it.

He continued the case for three months for a community payback order progress report to June 30 to allow Mackay to progress with the 200 or so hours he had remaining.

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