Sentencing, Recorder Andrew Edis, QC, told the defendants what they had done was 'disgraceful and serious conduct.'
He said: "This is frightening behaviour and something that ought never to take place in any public street. The use of violence in furtherance of family disputes is a serious aggravating feature."Long prison sentence, then?
Mohammed Ansar and his son, both of Ashton Drive, Nelson, admitted affray. Atif Ansar also pledged guilty to possessing an offensive weapon. The father received 14 weeks in prison, suspended for a year, while his son was given 12 weeks in jail, suspended for 12 months.*baffled face*