BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.
The following appeared in Cardiff Magistrates' Court: Brian Pearson, 54, of Coed y Gores, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, was given a 12-month conditional discharge A conditional discharge is a sentence passed by a court whereby the defendant is not punished provided he complies with certain conditions. An absolute discharge is unconditional: in some jurisdictions, where no conditions are imposed at all, in others where the conditions after admitting assault. Stuart Brian Crook, 46, of Appledore Road, Gabalfa, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs court costs n. fees for expenses that the courts pass on to attorneys, who then pass them on to their clients or, in some kinds of cases, to the losing party. and banned from driving for two months after he pleaded guilty to driving without the correct licence, without insurance or an MoT. Janet Dwyer, 40, of Clare Road, Grangetown, Cardiff For other places with the same name, see Grangetown.
Grangetown is an area in Cardiff, Wales. It is one of the largest districts in the south of the city and is bordered by Riverside, Canton and Butetown. The River Taff winds its way through the area. , was fined pounds 60 with pounds 60 court costs and disqualified dis·qual·i·fy
tr.v. dis·qual·i·fied, dis·qual·i·fy·ing, dis·qual·i·fies
a. To render unqualified or unfit.
b. To declare unqualified or ineligible.
2. from driving for two months after she was convicted in her absence of speeding on Penarth Road, driving without insurance and failing to produce her insurance and MoT documents for examination.
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The Ordnance Survey Map about 1881 shows just how isolated Ely village was from the rest of Cardiff. , was given a 12- month conditional discharge and ordered to pay pounds 90 court costs after he pleaded guilty to assault.
Mohammed Ansari, 26, of Theobald Road, Canton, Cardiff, was fined pounds 20 after he was convicted in his absence of failing to produce his driving licence.
Carol Ann O'Reilly, 23, of Ty Cefn Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 130 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence of not having a TV licence.
Alexis Dominic Couper, 25, of Pencisely Road, Canton, Cardiff, was given a 24-month community order, ordered to pay pounds 100 compensation and pounds 55 costs, after pleading guilty to assault and failing to surrender to custody.
Anthony Golam, 41, of Kirkwell Court, Tremorfa, Cardiff, was given a conditional discharge for 12 months and banned from driving for two months, after pleading guilty to driving without insurance and without the correct licence. He was given an 18-month community order and ordered to pay pounds 90 compensation after pleading guilty to criminal damage and assault.
The following people were dealt with at Cardiff Magistrates' Court for not having a valid tax disc on their vehicles:
Juseff Abdulla Ahmed, 33, of City Road, Roath, Cardiff, was fined pounds 40 with pounds 45 costs and ordered to pay pounds 16.67 back duty after he was convicted in his absence.
Harem Akram, 24, of Pentrebane Street, Grangetown, Cardiff, was fined pounds 60 with pounds 45 costs and ordered to pay pounds 27.50 back duty after he was convicted in his absence.
Mohammed Ali, 22, of Penarth Road, Grangetown, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 45 costs and told to pay pounds 58.34 back duty after he was convicted in his absence.
Jamie Arnold, 18, of Heol Dyhewydd, Llantwit Fardre, was fined pounds 60 with pounds 45 costs and ordered to pay pounds 18.34 back duty after he was convicted in his absence. Mark Dowse dowse 1 also douse
intr.v. dowsed also doused, dows·ing also dous·ing, dows·es also dous·es
To use a divining rod to search for underground water or minerals. , 42, of Plas y Mynach, Radyr, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 45 costs and ordered to pay pounds 72.92 back duty after he was convicted in his absence.: Man grew cannabis 'to treat pain of his crushed fingers':A man grew and smoked his own cannabis after his fingers were crushed in a work accident. David Frederick Morgan Bowden, 37, who also has one kidney, smoked up to 30 joints a day, a court was told. Representing himself, Bowden, of Heol Degwm, North Cornelly, told Bridgend Magistrates' Court: 'Four years ago I had an accident at work where my hands were crushed and I've suffered pain since then. 'I also broke my legs in April and I still suffer pain now. I grow the cannabis for my own use.' Helen Edwards, prosecuting, said police executed a search warrant at Bowden's home on January 22 and found cannabis growing in his shed.
Police also found a plastic bag in the washing machine containing cut green stems. She said: 'The shed was divided into parts with a light switched on over 14 squares with seeds individually placed into each one.'
Ms Edwards said Bowden bought the seeds from Holland and grew 10 plants every three months, three of which usually survived. Magistrates fined Bowden pounds 150 with pounds 35 costs after he admitted cultivating cannabis and being in possession of the Class C drug.