Seven offenders banned from driving at Hull Magistrates’ Court last…

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Seven offenders banned from driving at Hull Magistrates’ Court last…

People caught driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, motorists driving without due care and attention and those without licences or insurance have been sentenced by magistrates in Hull in recent days. Appearing at Hull Magistrates' Court, many motorists from across Hull and East Yorkshire were handed lengthy driving bans, points on their licences and hefty fines for an array of driving offences. Here are seven people who were sentenced for driving offences last week. READ MORE: Witness appeal after boy, 12, hit by car which 'fled the scene' Fire breaks out at Hull factory and spreads to area holding '1,000 litres of hand sanitiser' Daniel Lovelock, 42, of Thorgill Grove, Hull pleaded guilty to driving whilst under the influence of cocaine and cannabis and whilst over the legal alcohol limit. He was disqualified from driving for 22 months and ordered to pay a fine of £833, a victim services surcharge of £333 and £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service. Luke Boulter, 26, of Queensgate Street, Hull pleaded guilty to driving whilst under the influence of cocaine and cannabis. He was disqualified from driving for 18 months and ordered to pay a fine of £200 and £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service. A general view of Hull Magistrates Court in Market Place James Brookes Bloom, 52, of Main Street, Tickton pleaded guilty to driving whilst under the influence of cocaine and clonazepam. H
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