Whenever you are faced with a problem, violence is rarely the solution. Normally it will only get you into more trouble.

Unfortunately, not everyone takes that view. Last month, several offenders who went through the courts were convicted and sentenced for violent offences, including assault, attacking emergency workers, and more.

The offenders below were all sentenced in June after they chose to use violence or threatened violence.

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Zafar Davey, 41, of Silverdale Close, Aylesbury. Assault by beating in Aylesbury on November 6, 2021. Fined £650. Compensation £50. Costs £150.

Juliet Coates, 57, of Langley Close, Downley. Assault by beating of an emergency worker in Lower Earley, Berkshire, on December 25, 2021. Fined £200. Compensation £100.

Marin Dumitru, 43, of West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe. Assault by beating in Castle Street, High Wycombe, on May 22. Committed to prison for eight weeks consecutive suspended for 18 months. Compensation £50.

Ionut Sultan, 34, of Hughenden Road, High Wycombe. Assault by beating in High Wycombe on December 25, 2021. Fined £500. Costs £135.

Joanne Lloyd, 41, of Bramble Crescent, Holmer Green. Assault by beating in Amersham on May 11. Compensation £100. Assault by beating in Hazlemere on April 20. Compensation £75.

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Ali Munir, 27, of Whitelands Road, High Wycombe. Assault by beating in High Wycombe on November 5, 2021. Fined £120. Costs £119.

Simon Roberts, 49, of Station Close, High Wycombe. Common assault in Princes Risborough on December 3, 2021. Costs £107. Restraining order made. Conditionally discharged for 12 months.

Daniel Stevens, 30, of Cavendish Close, Little Chalfont. Assault by beating in High Wycombe on March 6. Costs £180. Community order made.