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Table A1: Cases included in analysis

Court Defendants Cases Sentencers

A 25 19 9 B 16 14 5 C 60 48 17 D 25 21 4 E 36 30 17 TOTAL 162 132 52

Table A2: Gender of defendants

Male 140 Female 22

Table A3: Ages of defendants

15 1 17 5 18-20 21 21-25 40 26-30 20 31-35 22 36-40 28 41-50 19 51-60 3 72 1 Unkown 2

Table A4: Ethnicity and nationality of defendants

White British 82

Black British 23

Asian British 9

Mixed British 7

Other British 1

Non-British – east European 7

Non-British – other European 4

Non-British – black Caribbean 1

Non-British – black African 10

Non-British – N. African/Middle-Eastern 10

Non-British – South Asian 3

Non-British – other 2

Disputed 2 Unknown 1

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