All the latest from Nottinghamshire's courts...
JOSEPH Newman, 35, of Woodfield Road, Broxtowe Estate, admitted criminal damage and assault. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he damaged a safety chain on a front door in Lindfield Road, Broxtowe, on September 7. He admitted assaulting a woman on the same date. His case was adjourned for a report and he was granted conditional bail to return to court on October 10.
MARK Diuk, 25, of Belwood Close, Clifton, received a conditional discharge for six months. He pleaded guilty at Nottingham Magistrates' Court to criminal damage, after a glass panel was damaged belonging to a woman in Radford. He was ordered to pay £50 compensation.
AMADU Sweeney, 20, of Flaxton Way, Top Valley, is due in court on September 27 accused of possessing cannabis. Nottingham Magistrates' Court heard the offence allegedly happened in Nottingham on August 20. He is on unconditional bail, to appear at the magistrates' court.
MARTIN McDonagh, 18, of Cedar Road, Forest Fields, has been conditionally discharged for 12 months. He admitted assaulting a man in Maid Marian Way, Nottingham city centre, on July 22. He has been ordered to pay £100 compensation to the victim and £50 costs.
BENJAMIN Whitehead, 40, of Tavistock Avenue, Mapperley, received a 12-month conditional discharge. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he admitted stealing currency and house keys from a silver BMW in Nottingham in June. No order was made for costs.
JOHN Mercer, 39, of Tarbert Close, The Meadows, denied stealing a tape measure. He is accused of theft at B&Q, Riverside Retail Park, Nottingham. It is alleged he took a tape measure priced at £6.98. Nottingham Magistrates' Court heard the offence allegedly happened on September 12. He was given bail to return to court on November 16.
JAMES Moore, 53, of Gregory Boulevard, Hyson Green, had his case sent to Nottingham Crown Court. He is accused of wounding a man with intent to do cause him grievous bodily harm in Hyson Green on September 11. He is in custody.