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Daniel James The name Daniel James could refer to:
- Daniel James (Gwyrosydd) (1847-1920), poet
- Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr. (1920-1978), USAF general
- Daniel James (game developer), President of Three Rings Design
- Daniel James (historian), historian of Peronism
Young, usually soft wood that lies directly beneath the bark and develops in early spring. . Burglary with intent to steal. Community order for 12 months and ordered to pay pounds 190 compensation.
Danny Liam Boothroyd, Long Lane, Dalton. Charge of threatening behaviour withdrawn. Bound over in the sum of pounds 200 for 12 months.
Luke Greenwood Luke Greenwood was a first class cricketer who played 48 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club from 1864 to 1874. He had played 2 matches for the club in 1862 and 1863 when they were still a 'pre county' club. , Castle Avenue, Newsome. Possession of an offensive weapon. Curfew order for two months with pounds 85 costs.
Liam Hartley, Lea Street, Birkby.
Driving while 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. and without insurance. Curfew order for 12 weeks with pounds 85 costs.
McJustice Lossa, Deighton Road, Deighton. Theft. Community order for 12 months with pounds 85 costs.
Andrew Wayne, Huddersfield Road, Meltham. Possession of cocaine and cultivating cannabis. Community order for two months with pounds 85 costs.
Richard Gant, Sunnymead, Scissett. Failing to comply with abatement notice. 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 for 12 months with pounds 250 costs.
The court recorded the following decisions on February 7. Damien Robert Turpin On December 10, 1962 Arthur Lucas and Robert Turpin were the last people to be executed in Canada. The method of execution was hanging, the only form of capital punishment ever used in Canada. In 1976, capital punishment was removed from Canada's Criminal Code. , Brown Royd Avenue, Rawthorpe. Driving with excess alcohol. Curfew order for 14 days and banned from driving for 18 months.
Gary Brendan Foster Brendan Foster, MBE (born 12 January, 1948 in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear, England) is a British former distance runner, and the founder of the Great North Run. He was educated at St Joseph's Grammar School, the University of Sussex and Carnegie College of Physical Education, now part , Brown Royd Avenue, Rawthorpe. Threatening behaviour, breach of binding order and failing to surrender to custody. Community order for 24 months with pounds 85 costs.
Leonie Moorhouse, Berry Croft, Honley. Charge of drunk and disorderly behaviour withdrawn. Bound over in the sum of pounds 100 for 12 months.
Mariusz Ornat, Ridge Street, Primrose Hill. Theft. Curfew order for four weeks with pounds 85 costs.
Richard Schofield, Caldercliffe Road, Berry Brow. Breach of anti-social behaviour order. Absolute discharge.
Dane Derek Degale, Yew Hill Road, Lockwood. Driving without correct licence. Fined pounds 30 with pounds 85 costs and pounds 15 victim surcharge (3pts).
Afraz Murtaza, Lightcliffe Road, Crosland Moor. Speeding. Fined pounds 200 with pounds 85 costs, pounds 15 victim surcharge banned from driving for 28 days.
Gemma Neary, Cowlersley Lane, Cowlersley. Possessing cannabis. Fined pounds 85 with pounds 85 costs and pounds 15 victim surcharge.
The court recorded the following decisions on February 8. Michael Shankland, Leeds Road, Bradley. Assault and failing to surrender to custody. Prison for 11 weeks.
Andrew Baker, Manchester Road, Linthwaite. Speeding and failing to provide information. Fined pounds 130, with pounds 85 costs, pounds 15 victim surcharge and banned from driving for six months.
Anne Francis Gallagher, Rawthorpe Terrace, Rawthorpe. Charge of threatening behaviour dismissed. Bound over in the sum of pounds 100 for 12 months.
Paul Anthony Makin, Whitegate Road, Newsome. Taking a vehicle without owner's consent, without correct licence and no insurance. Community order for 12 months with pounds 400 costs, ordered to pay pounds 271.98 compensation and banned from driving for six months.
Wiqas Mahmud, Mount Street, Lockwood. Breach of community order. Order to continue with an additional 12 hours.
Ross Anthony Nicholls, Longfield Avenue, Dalton. Breach of community order. Order to continue.
Darren Christopher Rowe, Longfield Avenue, Dalton. Breach of community order. Order revoked. Charged with criminal damage. Conditional discharge for 12 months with pounds 45 costs.
Sanchez Curtis Simpson, Winget Avenue, Cowlersley. Breach of community order. Order to continue with additional six hours.
Scott Malcolm Spencer, Longwood Road, Huddersfield. Breach of community order. Order to continue with additional two weeks.