Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. It was transmitted in the early afternoon.
A union boss who attacked a megaphone in the vicinity not used two police officers, the ears, was found guilty of them.
PC-Ann Spinks had said Mr Farrar's trial, she was left with a ringing in your ear "like a fire-alarm going on" after a megaphone was intentionally aimed at her.
Mr Farrar, 51, said the lawsuit against him was a "corrupt and manipulative. to break our union,".
The Chairman of the United Private drivers' branch of the IWGB union, said the Metropolitan Police and Transport for London (TfL) had also tried to "continue to disenfranchise a precarious worker", and he had instructed his lawyers to "take care of The Matter ".
The altercation happened on a demonstration in Parliament Square , the court heard, was organized by Mr. Farrar, to free against TfL plans black cabs from the congestion charge-but you enforce it for Uber and minicab driver.
Mr Farrar, of Bordon, Hampshire, was told not to use it to listen to the megaphone at ear level in front of the alleged assault, his conviction.
"My ear at the time, had gone bright red and was pretty hot, too," she added.
Although not a physical beating took place, claimed the office of the Prosecutor Mr Farrar's actions amounted to an "unlawful use of force".
Neither COP suffered permanent hearing loss as a result, the court was told.