Jas Mann represents Wolves defender

Tue, 04 Oct 2011

A teenage Wolves footballer has admitted assaulting another man in a street brawl.
Left back Jamie Reckord was involved in a daytime altercation with another person in Ryefield, Pendeford, on March 13.
The 19-year-old, of Coatsgate Walk, Pendeford, was arrested by police the following day.
The player, who represented England at under 16 and under 17 level, appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court yesterday where he pleaded guilty to assault and was released on bail.
The case was adjourned until the week beginning October 31 when he is expected to be sentenced. Reckord joined the Wolves academy in December 2001, before signing professional terms last year.
In March 2011 he moved on loan for the rest of the season to League Two side Northampton Town, where he made his professional debut a day before his 19th birthday. Wolves declined to comment.

Related articles

Personal Injury analysis: This analysis considers Master Cook’s judgment in RXK in which he sets out the circumstances in which the court will order an interim payment despite final quantification still being some years hence. It explains why this will be welcome news for claimant solicitors, even though no substantive decision was given in the case....

Date: Wed, 04 Dec 2019
No5 Barristers’ Chambers joined forces with Moore Blatch Solicitors to host an “inspiring evening” to mark the centenary of women in law....

Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2019
In her article published today in the New Law Journal, “Duty of care: Inadequate safety nets?"...

Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2019