I don't know what the procedure is for someone violating a suspended sentence, whether they can be taken straight to court, undergo a dodgy trial without legal representation and then sent straight to prison? Or if the standard procedure must be followed? But I would have thought the trial would be a bit more open and transparent than what he apparently experienced.
Here is the relevant section from his previous trial where he was warned not to do what he was possibly doing:
Or, y'know, you're excusing serial law-breakers like Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, contravening the stipulations in his suspended sentence from last year, which he happily accepted #TommyRobinson https://t.co/NqML8F2Qsw pic.twitter.com/zX71A6YNoZ— Madhat Corp #FBPE (@madhat_corp) 28 May 2018