He was unable to cushion his impact as his hands were by his face, taking a picture of Corneille's car, prosecutor Dominic Connolly said.Scroll down for video The father-of-two was then shoved a second time into an Indian restaurant window, which injured his shoulder and damaged his glasses.Mr Lawrence had already placed the ticket on Corneille's car, which was at around 4pm.But before he had a chance to turn around he felt a hard push on his back and shoulder, causing him to fall to the ground.But Mr Ross said he never intended to cause such a serious injury, and it resulted from Mr Lawrence falling awkwardly.'The defendant was an upstanding man who was having an exceptionally bad day and bit off more than he could chew,' he added.In his letter, Corneille apologised to Mr Lawrence and said his behaviour was 'completely unacceptable'.
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You attacked him from behind, it was a sustained attack, extremely forceful and undoubtedly aggressive.'He was totally defenceless and when he was down you attacked him again and he was seriously injured.'The letter does you credit and it is a genuine expression of remorse.
But you are a man on a short fuse, that is plain.'The offence is so serious that a non-custodial sentence cannot be justified.'Any public officer attacked in the way you did is entitled to look to the protection of the court, and those who do attack people such as traffic wardens can expect serious, significant and severe punishment.'Speaking about the CCTV footage, Mr Connolly told the court: 'It showed Mr Lawrence flying some two to three metres, the full width of the pavement, before slamming into the restaurant window.' Corneille was jailed for wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm when he stabbing a man who was having a relationship with his friend's ex-partner in March 2010.
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