Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court
Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court include:
Jennifer Pacey (73), of South Street, Asfordby Hill, pleaded guilty to careless driving on September 26.
People crossing Norman Way, Melton, on a light-controlled pedestrian crossing, had to take action to avoid a collision when Pacey drove through a red light.
Pacey was fined £50 with £60 costs. Three points were endorsed on her licence.
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Vishal Pandya (30), of St Barnabas Road, North Evington, Leicester, pleaded guilty to driving without insurance and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence on September 10.
He was fined £220 with £60 costs. Six points were endorsed on his licence.
Narendra Patel (57), of Homeway Road, Evington, Leicester, pleaded guilty to driving at 52mph in a 30mph zone, in Uppingham Road, Leicester, on August 6.
He was fined £300 with £60 costs. Six points were endorsed on his licence.
Dilesh Thakrar (45), of Powys Avenue, Stoneygate, Leicester, pleaded guilty to driving at 36mph in a 30mph zone, namely Manor Road, Oadby, on August 7.
He was fined £80 with £60 costs. Three points were endorsed on his licence.
Zayd Bobat (18), of Abbey Lane, Leicester, pleaded guilty to failing without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order given for the offences of assault.
He also admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of violence on August 24, and obstructing a police officer and two charges of assaulting police on September 7.
He was sent to youth detention for 24 weeks.