BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates Court: Raymond Harrop, 38, of Lawrenny Avenue, Leckwith, Cardiff, was given a 12-months 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 pleading guilty to possession of heroin. Ramanthan Sivasubramainan, 32, of Hurrel Close, Cardiff, was fined pounds 90 with pounds 75 costs and a three point driving licence driving licence
an official document authorizing a person to drive a motor vehicle
Noun 1. driving licence - a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle endorsement after being convicted of failing to stop at a red light. Atif Hussain, 30, of Dogfield Street, Cathays, Cardiff, was fined pounds 30 and must pay pounds 40 costs after admitting parking illegally. Mathew John Tye John Tye (July 10, 1848 — November 19, 1905) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm roundarm fast bowler. He was born in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire and died in Rastrick, Yorkshire. , 20, of Colwyn Road, Rumney, Cardiff Rumney (Welsh: Tredelerch) is a district of the city of Cardiff, Wales. It lies east of the River Rhymney, and was part of Monmouthshire. , was given a year-long conditional discharge and banned from driving for two months after he admitted driving a motorbike without an appropriate licence, insurance and MoT. Mostafa Uddin, 39, of Mynachdy Road, Gabalfa, Cardiff, was fined pounds 60 after he admitted failing to stop at a red light. His licence was endorsed with three penalty points. Mourad Berdja, 38, of Llanishen Street, Cathays, Cardiff, was fined pounds 60 after admitting driving while using a mobile phone. Berdjas licence was endorsed with three penalty points. David Michael Cocks Michael Francis Lovell Cocks, Baron Cocks of Hartcliffe (19 August 1929 – 26 March 2001) was a Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom.
Cocks was educated at Silcoates School, Wakefield and Bristol University and became a teacher. , 21, of Highbury Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 and banned from driving for six months after he admitted using a car without insurance. He received no separate penalty for driving without an appropriate licence. He must pay pounds 50 costs. Brian Dean Coles, 18, of Llewellyn Avenue, Ely, Cardiff, was ordered to pay pounds 97 compensation after he admitted damaging a car windscreen. He was given a year-long conditional discharge and must pay pounds 50 costs.
Gerry Connors, 40, of Clifton Street, Roath, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 and banned from diving for two months after admitting driving without an appropriate licence, without insurance and failing to produce his licence when requested by police.
Jason Richard Luke, 35, of Heol-y-Garth, Llantrisant, was fined pounds 100 and banned from driving for a year after he admitted driving while unfit through drink or drugs. He must pay pounds 50 costs.
Matthew Carl Bridle, 35, of Leckwith Road, Canton, Cardiff, was given a five month prison sentence, suspended for a year, with a further five months suspended to be served concurrently, after he admitted twice driving while banned. He was banned from driving for a year and ordered to serve 60 hours of unpaid work. He received no separate penalty for driving without insurance. Stephen David Hewett, 41, of Lewis Street, Riverside, Cardiff, was jailed for four months, to be served consecutively to an existing prison sentence. He admitted using a mobile phone to film under a womans skirt after following her onto an escalator. John Davies, 27, of Llanrumney Avenue, Llanrumney, Cardiff, was fined pounds 125 and ordered to pay pounds 60 costs after he admitted use of threatening behaviour. Matthew Hawkins, 19, of Thomas Street, Abertridwr, Caerphilly Caerphilly (kīrfĭl`ē, kär–), Welsh Caerffili, town (1981 pop. 42,376) and county borough, 108 sq mi (279 sq km), S Wales. , was fined pounds 150 and banned from driving for 56 days after he admitted driving while exceeding the speed limit in a 30mph zone. John Highgate, 44, of Aberdovey Street, Splott, Cardiff, was banned from driving for 16 months and fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 costs for driving with 60microgammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35microgrames of alcohol in 100ml of breath Mariwan Dawan Abdul Karim, 24, of Moira Terrace, Adamsdown, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 after admitting driving without insurance. Karims licence was endorsed with six penalty points. Mohammed Qais, 40, of Penarth Road, Grangetown, Cardiff, was banned from driving for two months after he admitted driving without insurance. He was fined pounds 200.: Angry dad admits using threatening behaviour:A dad-of-three went to his children's school unannounced and threatened his ex-partner and the head teacher. Magistrates heard how Andrew Maxwell, 36, of Pwllmelin Road, Fairwater, Cardiff, went to the nursery unit at Hawthorn Infant School and became angry when he was asked to leave. He stood outside the railings and was heard swearing within earshot ear·shot
The range within which sound can be heard by the unaided ear; hearing distance: listened until the parade was out of earshot. of children and parents and he later banged on the nursery door, Cardiff Magistrates' Court heard. A few weeks later Maxwell threatened a police officer when issued with an pounds 80 fixed penalty notice Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) were introduced in Great Britain in the 1950s to deal with minor parking offences. Originally used by police and traffic wardens, their use has extended to other public officials and authorities, as has the range of offences for which they can be used. over the incident. Prosecuting, Paul Hewitt said Maxwell's ex-partner had been left "distressed and frightened" by the incident on June 29. Maxwell admitted two counts of using threatening behaviour. Magistrate Ken Bowdery gave him a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered him to pay pounds 60 costs. As he left the court Maxwell said: "You've been no help at all."