The latest news from Nottinghamshire's courts...
ROGER Carlisle, 60, of Chantry Close, Newark, has denied resisting a police officer and using threatening behaviour in Newark on August 10 last year. At a hearing at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, he was bailed to return on April 5.
MARIUAS Bardauskas, 24, of Greenway, Newark, has been banned from the Old Post Office pub, in Kirkgate, Newark, after using threatening behaviour there on December 13. After pleading guilty, magistrates in Nottingham banned him from the pub and sent him to prison for eight weeks. The court heard the offence happened in a busy licensed premises at night, his behaviour was directed at a person doing his job and he had been drinking.
COLIN Freestone, 29, of Cornfield Road, Kimberley, has been fined £300 after admitting assaulting a policeman in Broxtowe last November. Nottingham magistrates also ordered Freestone to pay the officer £50 compensation, a victim surcharge of £30 and costs of £225.
CLINT Taylor, 36, of Lynncroft, Eastwood, is charged with having a knuckle duster in Giltbrook Retail Park, near the Ikea store, on January 8. He is on unconditional bail to attend Nottingham Magistrates' Court on February 13.
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LAWRENCE Duro, 32, of London Road, Nottingham, has admitted assaulting a man at the Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, last August. He pleaded guilty to attacking the man, of Mapperley Plains, with a single blow. Magistrates in Nottingham noted the offence, although serious, was out of character. Duro will be supervised by the Probation Service for 12 months and is subject to a 27-day prison sentence, suspended for 12 months. He must pay £75 compensation to the victim and costs of £200.
LEON Hall, 27, of Colwick Woods Court, Sneinton, faces a trial at Nottingham Magistrates' Court after being accused of using a Chrysler Crossfire sports car in St Ann's Well Road, St Ann's, without insurance on March 18 last year. He was bailed until his trial on February 25.
ROBERT Sansom,,43, of Swildon Walk, Top Valley, is accused of being the owner of a dog that injured a woman while the dog was dangerously out of control in Swildon Walk, last July. He is on unconditional bail to attend Nottingham Magistrates' Court on February 22.
KEVIN Smyth , 32, of Minver Crescent, Aspley, is accused of possessing six small packets of cannabis in Bulwell last October. His case has been listed at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on February 11.
LEE Cooper, 29, of Lammas Gardens, The Meadows, will appear at Nottingham Crown Court on February 11. He is accused of wounding a woman with intent to do her grievous bodily harm and failing to give a sample to check for drugs after his arrest on January 27. He is in custody.
NORMAN George, 65, of no fixed abode, has appeared in court and denied assaulting a woman in Clifton on January 26 this year. He is on conditional bail until his trial on March 27 at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.
ASHLEY Holden, 29, of Bobbers Mill Road, Radford, has appeared in court and denied stealing jewellery from H Samuel, in Lister Gate, Nottingham, on January 3. He was bailed until a trial at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on April 3.
MICHAEL Jackson, 37, of Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, is accused of a series of thefts. He allegedly stole hair clippers, a flat-screen television, jewellery and DVDs from rooms at an address in Coalville Street, Arboretum. He is charged with three allegations of theft and one of going into a room with intent to steal. His case will be heard at Nottingham Crown Court on February 11. He is on conditional bail.
AN 87-YEAR-OLD man is charged with driving without due care and attention and without a licence. George Bint, of Hoe View Road, Cropwell Bishop, allegedly committed the offences in a Ford Escort van in Cropwell Bishop on June 20 last year. His case was adjourned until February 25.
NICHOLAS Dyer, 40, of Willowdene, Cotgrave, denied failing to stop and report an accident in West Bridgford. He was driving a Renault Megane when there was an accident at the junction of Chaworth Road and Loughborough Road. Damage was caused to a black Mini car. Magistrates in Nottingham heard Dyer allegedly failed to stop and report the incident to police as soon as was reasonably practicable on February 25 last year. He further denies driving the Megane without a licence on the same date. His trial is listed on April 4.
MATEUSZ Mikula, 26, of Radcliffe Road, West Bridgford, was fined £200 for driving without due care and attention. Magistrates in Nottingham were told he was in a Renault Clio in Manvers Street, Sneinton, when the offence happened on May 30 last year. As well as the fine, he was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £85. His licence will be endorsed with five penalty points.