WEEKLY round up of hearings at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court. 

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July 8

MOHAMMED GULFRAZ, 47, of Plumer Road, High Wycombe, was found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm on January 1, 2022. He was given a six-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months. He was also given 260 hours of unpaid work and to pay £137 in compensation. There were also court costs of £260 and a victim surcharge of £154.

MOHAMED FARAH, 53, of Castle Street, Luton, pleaded guilty to drink driving on June 5 this year in Ivinghoe Aston with 65 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. He was disqualified from driving for 18 months, reduced by 18 weeks, and fined £326. There were also court costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £130.

OMAR BUCKLEY, 29, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to pulling his trousers down and exposing his genitals in Denham on June 18 this year as well as failing to surrender to police/court bail on July 3. He was ordered to pay £80 in compensation. There were also court costs of £85.

MOHAMMED MOSADAQ, 27, of Havenfield Road, High Wycombe, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention in High Wycombe on December 8. He was fined £160 and had five penalty points added to his driving record. There were court costs of £110 and a victim surcharge of £64.

REBECCA BECUR, 20, of Queensland Avenue, London, pleaded guilty to stealing jeans to the value of £1,402 from the House of Fraser in Friars Square, Aylesbury on July 6. She was given a community order to complete 80 hours of unpaid work. There was no order for costs.

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It is established in the UK that court cases should be heard in public. This principle of open justice is acclaimed on a number of grounds: as a safeguard against judicial error and as a deterrent to perjury, to assist the deterrent function of trials and to permit the revelation of matters of public interest. Costs include victim surcharge and courts charges.