The latest news from Nottinghamshire's courts...
TIMOTHY Sobers, 33, of Salford Gardens, St Ann's, denied using a VW Golf in Nottingham without insurance on September 27. Nottingham magistrates adjourned the case until November 14 to consider if there are special reasons for not ordering an endorsement or disqualification.
SHAMAS Khan , 21, of Brookside Avenue, Wollaton, was fined £400 for using a Vauxhall Corsa without insurance in Nottingham on October 15 last year. He pleaded guilty by post at Nottingham Magistrates' Court. He is also required to pay a £15 victim surcharge and court costs of £35. His licence will be endorsed with seven penalty points.
LISA Shaw, 22, of Downing Gardens, Bulwell, admitted assaulting two police constables in Radford on July 17 this year. Magistrates in Nottingham adjourned her case until October 25 and granted unconditional bail.
SAMMIE Forry , 20, of Thorold Close, Clifton, denied assaulting a policewoman and criminal damage to an ear piece belonging to Notts Police. Nottingham Magistrates heard she allegedly committed the offences on July 25 in Clifton. She has been given unconditional bail until November 20.
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SAM Van Hoang , 46, of no fixed address, has been accused of producing 412 cannabis plants in Nottingham on September 28 this year and of going to Rossington Road, Sneinton, with intent to steal on the same date. Magistrates remanded him in custody until October 30.
DANIEL Wheatcroft, 21, of College Close, Newark, was fined £200 for drink-driving. Magistrates heard he was using a Peugeot moped in Elizabeth Road, Newark, when he had 67 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. The offence happened on September 8 this year, and he entered his plea to drink-driving at court on September 14. As well as the fine, he is required to pay a £15 victim surcharge. He was banned from driving for 17 months. His guilty plea was taken into account when imposing sentence. No order was made for costs due to lack of means. No separate penalty was imposed for a second offence of driving the moped with no licence, which he also admitted.
CHEYENNE Robinson, 48, of Sketchley Street, St Ann's, is charged with possessing cocaine in Nottingham on October 1 this year. He was remanded in custody until November 6.
BILLY Marriss , 19, of Rosecroft Drive, in the Edwards Lane Estate in Bestwood, faces a series of allegations. He denies being drunk and disorderly in Oakford Close, Broxtowe Estate, and assaulting two police officers on May 5. He is on conditional bail to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on November 9 for trial.