Recent Sentencing of Defendants at York Magistrates Court: A Unique Case
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Recent Sentencing of Defendants at York Magistrates Court: A Unique Case

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– Charles Turner pleaded guilty to dangerous driving at Dam Lane, Thorpe Willoughby, driving without insurance and without a licence, and possessing cannabis. He was jailed for 16 weeks and banned from driving for two years and two months.
– Eliza Griffiths, 34, of Volta Street, Selby, has been made subject to a 12-month community order with 30 days’ rehabilitative activities and a 12-month ban from One Below in Three Lakes Retail Park in Selby, after she pleaded guilty to four charges of stealing from the shop.
– Benjamin Robert Leach, 18, of Dixon Gardens, Selby, was made subject to a 12-month community order with 20 days’ rehabilitative activities and 150 hours’ unpaid work after he was found guilty at trial of assaulting a police emergency worker and failing to attend an earlier hearing.
– Daniel Anthony Banner, 36, of Birch Close, Huntington, was jailed for 10 weeks after he pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order banning him from contacting a woman, driving whilst disqualified and without insurance. He must pay £170 prosecution costs and a £154 statutory surcharge.