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Galliford Hodgson

Magistrates referred building firm Galliford Hodgson to the crown court this week after it pleaded guilty to health and safety infringements in the case of 12 year old Martin Karshak who fell 10m to his death from a Galliford refurbishment site in January.

Crown Court penalties are open ended as opposed to a maximum £20,000 fine which magistrates can impose.

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