Mental check before sentence
A WOMAN who faked qualifications to get a job as a teacher in Torquay will have her mental state assessed before she is sentenced.
Julia Rawlinson, 44, forged degree and teaching qualifications to get work as a biology teacher at Westlands School and with the examination board Edexcel.
She was due to be sentenced by a judge at Exeter Crown Court, but the case was put off for a second time for more reports.
Rawlinson, of The Crescent, Brixham, admits two offences of fraud and three of making a false instrument.
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A previous judge had expressed concern the life chances of children could have been damaged by her marking their papers, but at her latest hearing the court was told although she marked many papers, the results will stand because they were double checked.
AN inquest has been opened into the death of a Newton Abbot man from an asbestos-related disease.
Gerald William Bromley, 69, of Deer Park Road, died at Rowcroft Hospice in Torquay on September 26.
Cause of death was malignant mesothelioma.