Frmer care wrker cleared f theft fllwing appeal

PUBLISHED: 10:30 14 February 2008 | UPDATED: 22:01 03 May 2010

FORMER care wrker Elaine Sindall has been celebrating this week, after her name was cleared by the Crwn Curt. Last Octber, Mrs Sindall was fund guilty f stealing £20 frm a client, fllwing a trial at Ely curthuse. But Cambridge Crwn Curt quash

FORMER care wrker Elaine Sindall has been celebrating this week, after her name was cleared by the Crwn Curt.

Last Octber, Mrs Sindall was fund guilty f stealing £20 frm a client, fllwing a trial at Ely curthuse.

But Cambridge Crwn Curt quashed her cnvictin when she went t appeal, deciding there was nt enugh evidence against her.

"I had t g t appeal, I knew I was inncent," said a jubilant Mrs Sindall. "When yu get a cnvictin like that, mud sticks."

Glad t be free f a criminal recrd, Mrs Sindall said: "I just want t get n with my life and put this terrible time behind me."

Mrs Sindall, 47, f Fleet Clse, Littleprt, is nw jb hunting, but has decided she can never g back t the caring prfessin.

"They say ld peple are vulnerable, but carers are als in a vulnerable psitin," she added. "I was a gd carer but I dn't feel I culd g back t it.

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