Letter To The Attorney General Regarding The Case Of Callum Evans.

Posted as a comment by IWTT in response to this ‘Judge Mental’ article – HERE 

A template letter to the Attorney General.

Thank you IWTT.

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Judge Graham Hume Jones(left) and Callum Evans (right). [Just in case you couldn’t tell which was the judge and which was the serial sex offender]

Please copy and send to correspondence@attorneygeneral.gsi.gov.uk

Dear Sir,

I am writing with regard to the sentence given to Callum Evans on 16th January 2014.

He has been placed under a community order for three years, which does not reflect the severity of his misdemeanors, nor does it take into account the fact that Callum Evans is already a serial child abuser.

Whilst this is the 3rd time that Callum Evans has been brought before the court, he somehow manages to be tried by the same judge (Judge Graham Hume Jones).

Callum Evans lives in The Glebe in Queen Camel, near Yeovil.

He has previously pleaded guilty to inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, making indecent photographs of a child and inciting a child to engage in prostitution or pornography

Six further charges relating to child sex offences have been ordered to lie on file.

Evans was already on a three-year community order, after being spared prison in 2011 having admitted a string of sex charges. It would appear that the sex offenders programme is not working for this paedophile and it is important that he is given a custodial sentence as soon as possible so that he is not allowed to abuse any more children/young people.

I ask that you review this latest sentencing and consider whether it is unduly lenient.

Please let me know your decision as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,

Perhaps Dominic Grieve, the Attorney General, should be reviewing more than Callum Evans’ sentence ?

You decide…

His Honour Judge Jones has found himself at the centre of controversy over his sentencing in other cases in recent years.

And in April 2011 the judge said he was forced to free a pervert who downloaded over 6,000 sexual images because a prison sentence would not be long enough to rehabilitate him.

The Western Gazette

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17 responses to “Letter To The Attorney General Regarding The Case Of Callum Evans.

  1. Sukhdev Singh

    No body help us

  2. IWTT

    I have had the same response received from the AG’s office.

    This is a good sign – it means that the charges meet the criteria which allows the AG office to review and consider for referral.

    Others can still send the draft email – it will show a public strength of feeling about these matters.

  3. chess

    I had a reply from the AG today, replicated here for information.
    Dear XXXX
    Thank you for your email below regarding the sentence given to Callum Evans.
    This Office has asked for further details of the case from the Crown Prosecution Service so that the Law Officers can decide whether or not to refer the sentence to the Court of Appeal as being unduly lenient.
    When a decision has been made I will write to you again.
    Yours sincerely
    Jeffrey Care
    Correspondence Unit
    Attorney General’s Office

  4. bernard philips

    I dont know if it still goes on but whena sex offender went to prison the warders would look the other way while a gang of poofs entered their cell, music volume was turned up and the boy-nobber gota good taste of his own medicine, not many re-offended after that

  5. IWTT

    Will do Gojam. I know I sent you my original correspondence when I was being bumped backwards and forwards between the AG office and MoJ. But I will draft a considered email that would serve as a template for your readers to amend.

  6. IWTT

    Just to make something clear: the AG is not responsible for the judicial system nor sentencing. In correspondence with the AGs office over this matter, I have been referred to the Ministry of Justice.

    Perhaps Gojam would allow me to post another draft letter and email contact address for the Ministry of Justice (which took some tenacity to obain!). I too am sick and tired of the ‘light-weight’ sentences given to convicted paedophiles. In particular, this isn’t the first time that a judge has used ‘the excuse’ that the paedophile should be given a non-custodial sentence so that they can attend a sex offenders’ rehabilitation course which is not available to them in prison.

  7. chess

    Thanks, I just sent a similar email to the AG.

  8. Letter I have sent =

    Dear Sir,

    I’m writing regarding the sentence given to Callum Evans on 16th January 2014.

    He’s been placed under a community order for three years, which does not reflect the severity of his misdemeanors, nor does it take into account the fact that Callum Evans is already a serial child abuser.

    Whilst this is the 3rd time that Callum Evans has been brought before the court, he somehow manages to be tried by the same judge (Judge Graham Hume Jones). Wonder why?????????

    Callum Evans lives in The Glebe in Queen Camel, near Yeovil.

    He has previously pleaded guilty to inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, making indecent photographs of a child and inciting a child to engage in prostitution or pornography.

    Six further charges relating to child sex offences have been ordered to lie on file.

    Evans was already on a three-year community order, after being spared prison in 2011 having admitted a string of sex charges. It would appear that the sex offenders programme is not working for this paedophile and it is important that he is given a custodial sentence as soon as possible so that he is not allowed to abuse any more children/young people.

    I ask that you review this latest sentencing and consider whether it is unduly lenient.

    To be frank, I am sick to the back teeth of reading about ‘lenient’ Judges, that let paedophiles go, when found guilty or give extremely lenient sentences. There is something not right and I hope these Judges are being looked into, for the sake of every defenceless child in Great Britain.

    Please let me know your decision as soon as possible.

    Yours faithfully

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  10. Alice Moore

    A good factual well measured letter.

  11. Anon

    If you start a letter with “Dear Sir” you should sign it off with “Yours faithfully”.

    More importantly, to everyone who wishes to send a letter please don’t send a verbatim copy of the above template, but personalise the letter a bit – though do include all of the facts you think are relevant.