A disqualified driver was fined £500 after being found behind the wheel by police.
A man who had been out celebrating the birth of his friend's baby was arrested after giving a positive alcohol breath test.
A driver who lost control of his car and crashed into a ditch on Christmas Eve has been disqualified by magistrates.
Two health professionals were left 'extremely distressed' after receiving abusive, threatening and racist emails.
A man described as having an "horrendous" criminal record plans to leave the district when his jail sentence is completed.
A motorist has admitted driving while disqualified – but insists she was unaware of the ban and therefore should not be punished.
A convicted sex offender was given a further jail sentence after police discovered he had stayed at a house where young children were living.
Here is a round-up of cases which have appeared in Lincolnshire Magistrates Court.
A former professional golfer has been fined for racially abusing a Spalding taxi driver.
A Spalding man has appeared in court on charges relating to an incident at a football match.
A man has been warned that he needs 'to be very careful' following a court appearance for causing alarm, harassment and distress.
A man got involved in a dispute with a group of travellers, a court has heard.
A former teacher who downloaded more than 45,000 indecent images of children was today (Wednesday) given a suspended jail sentence.
A motorist caught almost four times the drink-drive limit on Sunday has been given a suspended sentence.
A man told magistrates he refused to give a blood sample because he was afraid of needles.
A man test driving a car crashed into a wall, a court has heard.
A driver had more than five times the permitted level of cannabis in his bloodstream after he was stopped by police.
A pensioner facing allegations of historic sexual assaults on children is to face a jury trial later this year.
A man has been convicted of a drink-drive offence in his absence.
A man has been convicted of drug-driving two-and-a-half years after the offence.