Here are the latest updates from Portsmouth's courts Â
Here's the latest update from Portsmouth Magistrates' Court.
Bonnie Jeffries, 30, of Gosport Road, Fareham, admitted failing to comply with a drug rehabilitation requirement on July 2 and was fined Â£20.
Damon Burch-Hyson, 29, of Piping Green, Colden Common, admitted drug-driving with cannabis in his blood.
Magistrates fined him Â£60 with a 12-month driving ban. He must pay a Â£30 victim surcharge.
Deborah Earwaker, 36, of Jellicoe Drive, Sarisbury Green, admitted resisting a police officer in Jellicoe Drive on October 9.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month conditional discharge with a Â£20 victim surcharge and Â£85 prosecution costs.
Richard Gregory, 47, of Cousins Grove, Southsea, admitted drink-driving in his street on October 10.
A test revealed he had 54 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The limit is 35.
Magistrates fined him Â£173 with a Â£30 victim surcharge and Â£85 prosecution costs. Gregory was banned from driving for 12 months.
Benjamin Hickman, 25, of Clarence Road, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, admitted drink-driving on October 11 in Albert Road, Southsea.
A test revealed he had 53 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.
Magistrates fined him Â£266 with a 14-month driving ban.
Hickman must pay a Â£30 victim surcharge Â£85 victim surcharge.
George Mauchaza, 54, of Northumberland Road, Southampton, admitted driving while banned from driving on July 21 on the A3M at Waterlooville.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with 140 hours of unpaid work. Mauchaza was banned from driving for 10 months.
James McCormack, 37, of Lesser Horseshoe Close, Knowle, admitted damaging a police van on October 10 at Portsmouth Central police station.
He received a 12-month conditional discharge with Â£20 compensation.
McCormack also admitted breaching a conditional discharge for criminal damage and assaulting a police officer. No action was taken on the breach.
Lisa Parfitt, 38, of Waterloo Road, Southampton, admitted stealing two bottles of aftershave from B&M in Portsmouth on October 5.Â Magistrates fined her Â£25 with a Â£20 victim surcharge.
Michael Turner, 30, of Queens Crescent, Horndean, admitted having an offensive weapon, a baseball bat, in London Road on September 9. He received a community order with 200 hours'Â unpaid work andÂ Â£170 costs.