41. The British officials branded the Gurjars as habitual criminals under the Criminal Tribes Act, and described them as " cattle stealers by profession ". 42. On January 15, 1974, a Morgan County jury convicted Anderson of aggravated assault, attempted burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, and as a habitual criminal. 43. But when he went to trial last month, Brown asked the jurors to sentence Payne as a habitual criminal for a minimum of 16 years. 44. The conviction puts Youngworth in jeopardy of being sentenced as a habitual criminal _ a charge that carries a minimum of 15 years in prison. 45. Turner survived the shooting and was eventually sentenced to 50 years in prison on aggravated robbery and aggravated assault charges under the state's habitual criminal law. 46. In 2009, Williamson toured the UK playing " habitual criminal " Norman Stanley Fletcher in a stage version of the classic TV comedy " Porridge ". 47. Judge Marshall sustained the motion of the defense filed requiring the state to proceed to trial on the charge of robbery, instead of being a habitual criminal. 48. Youngsworth, 40, of Randolph, Mass ., faces trial next month on 1996 charges of receiving a stolen van, illegal possession of ammunition and being a habitual criminal. 49. "I do not believe that the threat of longer and longer periods of imprisonment across the board will deter habitual criminals, " he said in a statement. 50. He started a major prison-building programme and advocated for the introduction of the Habitual Criminals Act passed in 1906 for the indeterminate detention of incorrigible offenders.