Last residents of Bracknell and Wokingham on the quayside
1st of March
JIMMY FRANKHAM, 23, of Carters Hill Park, Wokingham, admitted to possession of cannabis in Sandhurst on 9 May 2020. He was conditionally released and had to pay £ 85 in court costs and a victim fine surcharge of £ 22 .
KHANH MINH HO, 41, of Shefford Crescent, Wokingham, was convicted of two counts of assault in Datchet, Slough on March 14, 2020. He was fined £ 375, with costs of £ 770 and a victim fine surcharge of £ 37.50.
3rd of March
CHARLIE PURNELL, 24, of Evedon, Bracknell, admitted to being assaulted in Bracknell on September 12, 2020. He was fined £ 120, ordered to pay £ 85 costs and pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 34.
MOWASAR HASHEMI, 23, of Bracken Bank, Bracknell, convicted of driving under the influence of cannabis in Reading on August 30, 2019. He was banned from driving for 12 months, sentenced to perform 90 hours of unpaid work , fined £ 120 and ordered to pay £ 250 court costs.
PAUL CONNOLLY, 56, of Ashridge Road, Wokingham, convicted of being ‘equipped for theft’ after being caught with a dagger in Wokingham on July 1, 2020. He was sentenced to twelve weeks in prison due the seriousness of the offense. Connolly wsa has also asked to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 128 and court costs of £ 200.
A fundamental principle of justice is that it must be seen to be done. Open justice is popular for a number of reasons: as a safeguard against miscarriage of justice, to aid in the deterrent function of criminal trials, and to allow matters of interest to be revealed.