Catherine Flint represents Newport childminder found not guilty

Catherine Flint represented a Newport childminder found not guilty of assaulting children in her care.

Alison Burt-Ryan, a childminder since 2001, was found not guilty of two counts of assault by beating, clearing her of causing injury to two boys in her care.  Cwmbran Magistrates Court heard that Mrs Burt-Ryan had been accused of two incidents in January and March of this year.  She was alleged to have slammed a child into a chair and dragged another up the stairs by his wrists.

Mrs Burt-Ryan had not logged any record of incidents in the accident book and when questioned about this, she answered, “No, but I didn’t hide it. I know now that accident books protect childminders and not just children. I will never make that mistake again.”

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