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BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.

The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates Court: Jeffrey Paul Richards Paul Richards can refer to different people:
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, 40, of Deere Place, Ely, Cardiff Ely (Welsh Trelai tref town + Elai River Ely) is a suburb primarily dominated by council housing in western Cardiff, Wales. History
The Ordnance Survey Map about 1881 shows just how isolated Ely village was from the rest of Cardiff.
, was fined pounds 150, given eight penalty points and ordered to pay pounds 60 costs, after pleading guilty to driving without insurance and without the appropriate licence.

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 Drive, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, was given a community order for 12 months and banned from driving for 12 months after pleading guilty to taking a vehicle without consent and driving without insurance. He also pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to custody.

Nathan Alexander Morris, 29, of The Hawthorns, Pentwyn, Cardiff Pentwyn is a district of Cardiff, Wales, located northeast of the city centre. Pentwyn has 3 pubs : Village Inn, Hollybush and The Grand Slam. Pentwyn has its own shopping centre which has a Post Office, Newsagent, Fish and Chip Shop, Pentwyn Balti, Betfred and the outstretched , was fined pounds 80 and ordered to pay pounds 45 costs after pleading guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

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, 41, of Llewellyn Street, Nantymoel, Bridgend, was fined pounds 60, given three penalty points and ordered to pay pounds 60 costs after pleading guilty to speeding.

Stephen Power, 23, of Daviot Street, Roath, Cardiff, was fined pounds 75 and ordered to pay pounds 60 costs for failing to produce his driving licence driving licence
Noun

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
, insurance certificate and test certificate for examination.

Ryan Harper, 22, of Heath Avenue, Penarth, was fined pounds 50, given three penalty points and ordered to pay pounds 30 costs for driving through a red light.

Chantelle Hutchings, 21, of Sedgemoor Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff, was fined pounds 70, given three penalty points and ordered to pay pounds 30 costs after pleading guilty by post to speeding.

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 Wood, 38, of Garth Street, Taffs Well, Cardiff, was fined pounds 80, given four penalty points and ordered to pay pounds 30 costs after pleading guilty to speeding.

Paul Agius, 34, of Pethybridge Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100, banned from driving for 12 months and ordered to pay pounds 30 costs after pleading guilty to driving without insurance. He was also fined pounds 100 and given six penalty points for a similar charge.

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 Meghji, 29, of Beauchamp Street, Riverside, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150, given six penalty points and ordered to pay pounds 30 costs after pleading guilty to driving without insurance and without the appropriate licence.

Stacey Cafell, 19, of Lynmount Crescent, Rumney, Cardiff, had a community order against her revoked after she admitted failing to comply with it. She was re-sentenced for the original offence of assault and given another community order.

Michelle Evans, 32, of The Walk, Roath, Cardiff, was ordered to pay pounds 30 costs after admitting she failed to comply with a community order, which is set to continue. Mark Hagland, 35, of Chapelwood, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, had a community order against her revoked after she admitted she failed to comply with it. She was re-sentenced for the original offence of trespassing with intent to steal and given a further community order for six months.: Driver claims name change led to his fine not being paid:A self-employed man changed his name to avoid being blamed for the crimes of a namesake with an identical birthday. Connor Richards was formerly known as Paul Alexander, when he was stopped by police in a routine motoring check on Crwys Road, Cathays, Cardiff, on March 23.

The city Magistrates' Court heard he had a bald tyre on the vehicle and was issued with a pounds 60 fixed-penalty fine.

But Richards, of Ronald Place, Ely, Cardiff, was unable to pay the fine, because his licence was still issued in his old name.

He told the court: "From the age of 18 I've been arrested because of someone else called Paul Alexander and I was advised to change my name.

"I've tried to get the details of my driving licence changed through the DVLA DVLA Brit Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

DVLA n abbr (BRIT) (= Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) → organismo encargado de la expedición de permisos de conducir y matriculación de vehículos
, but they keep sending it back to me.

"I've tried to pay the fixed- penalty fine but they wouldn't let me without the licence."

Richards, who was unrepresented unrepresented adjnicht vertreten  in court, also admitted using a car without an MoT, but said he was unaware it had expired. Magistrates fined him pounds 60 and endorsed his licence with three penalty points.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
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Date:Sep 19, 2007
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