Hacking trial: The verdicts

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Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has been jailed for 18 months for conspiring to hack phones.

Ex-News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks was cleared of all charges against her as the long-running phone-hacking trial at the Old Bailey came to and end last month.

Andy Coulson and journalist Clive Goodman are to face a retrial on a charge of buying royal telephone directories from police officers after the Old Bailey jury failed to reach a verdict on the charges

The verdicts and sentences for other defendants in the phone-hacking trial are summarised below.

Hacking trial: The people and the charges

Name Charges and verdicts

NI = News International; NoW = News of the World

Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks, Ex-NI chief executive, ex-NoW editor, ex-Sun editor

1) Conspiracy to intercept voicemails with others between 3 Oct 2000 and 9 Aug 2006 Not guilty

2) Conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office between 9 Feb 2006 and 16 Oct 2008: Already found not guilty on instruction from the judge

3) Conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office between 1 Jan 2004 and 31 Jan 2012 Not guilty

4) Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with Cheryl Carter between 6 July and 9 July 2011 Not guilty

5) Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with Mark Hanna and Charlie Brooks between 15 July 2011 and 19 July 2011 Not guilty

Andy Coulson

Andy Coulson, ex-NoW editor and David Cameron's former head of communications

1) Conspiracy to intercept voicemails with others between 3 Oct 2000 and 9 Aug 2006 Guilty

Sentenced to 18 months in jail

2) Conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office with Clive Goodman between 31 Aug 2002 and 31 Jan 2003 Jury failed to reach a verdict

3) Conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office with Clive Goodman between 31 Jan 2005 and 3 June 2005 Jury failed to reach a verdict

Stuart Kuttner

Stuart Kuttner, Ex-NoW managing editor

Conspiracy to intercept voicemails with others between 3 Oct 2000 and 9 Aug 2006 Not guilty

Clive Goodman

Clive Goodman, Former NoW royal editor

1) Conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office with Andy Coulson between 31 Aug 2002 and 31 Jan 2003. Jury failed to reach a verdict

2) Conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office with Andy Coulson between 31 Jan 2005 and 3 June 2005 Jury failed to reach a verdict

Mark Hanna

Mark Hanna, Head of security for NI

Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with Rebekah Brooks and Charlie Brooks between 15 July 2011 and 19 July 2011 Not guilty

Cheryl Carter

Cheryl Carter, Rebekah Brooks's former personal assistant

Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with Rebekah Brooks between 6 July and 9 July 2011 Not guilty

Charlie Brooks

Charlie Brooks, Racehorse trainer and Rebekah Brooks's husband

Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with Rebekah Brooks and Mark Hanna between 15 July 2011 and 19 July 2011 Not guilty

Who pleaded guilty?

Name Details Sentence
Greg Miskiw

Greg Miskiw, former news editor

Conspiracy to hack phones

Six-month prison sentence

Neville Thurlbeck

Neville Thurlbeck, former news editor and chief reporter

Conspiracy to hack phones

Six-month prison sentence

James Weatherup

James Weatherup, former news editor

Conspiracy to hack phones

Four-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of community service

Dan Evans

Dan Evans, reporter

Conspiracy to hack phones

Glenn Mulcaire

Glenn Mulcaire, private investigator

Conspiracy to hack phones

Six-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of community service

Clive Goodman

Clive Goodman, former royal editor

Phone hacking in 2006

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