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Recent cases dealt with at Burton and Southern Magistrates’ Courts include:

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: March 03, 2014

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DANIEL CAMPBELL, 28, of Kingsley Wood, Kingswinford, West Midlands.

Admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis, in Burton, on December 1.

Fined £400, with £300 court costs and a £40 victim surcharge.

His licence was endorsed with 10 points but was not banned from driving through totting up as he demonstrated exceptional hardship – loss of livelihood and affect on elderly grandmother if banned.

GARETH MATHIAS, 29, of Uxbridge Street, Burton.

A charge of allegedly assaulting David Bayliss, in Burton, on December 19, was dismissed as no evidence was offered.

He had denied the offence.

GREGORY SILK, 68, of Cotswold Road, Branston.

Admitted driving a Vauxhall Corsa, in Jennings Way, to Aviation Lane, Burton, exceeding the 30mph limit, on July 17.

Fined £75, with £60 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

Banned from driving for six months.

CHRISTOPHER QUINN, 29, of The Shrubbery, Woodville,

Admitted stealing lager from Tesco, Woodville, on January 27.

Has been given a 12-month conditional discharge, with £12.60 compensation, £85 court costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

Also stole cider from the Tollgate service station, in Woodville, on February 2. Ordered to pay £4.29 compensation.

PAULA SMITH, 36, of Bridge Close, Church Gresley.

Admitted using a colour television without a licence, in Church Gresley, on September 13.

Fined £200, with £90 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

KAMRAN SHEHZAD, 34, of Derby Road, Burton.

Admitted driving without wearing a seatbelt on July 20.

Fined £115, with £35 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

WAYNE FAULKNER, 41, of Elmsleigh Drive, Midway.

Admitted breaking a restraining order between October 9 and 17.

Fined £110, £85 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

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