Here are some of the recent cases from magistrates courts in Salisbury and Swindon.

WEST LAVINGTON: Jason Mike Archer, 49, of Church Street, has been banned from driving for 20 months, fined £844 and told to pay costs of £85 and a victim £84 after pleading guilty to a drink-driving offence in Devizes on November 10 2019.

HILPERTON: McKenzie Stephen Brooks, 24, of Trowbridge Road, was remanded on unconditional bail to September 7 after electing summary trial. He pleaded not guilty to assaulting a police officer by beating him in Trowbridge on April 19.

WESTBURY: Paul David Butler, 46, of Oldfield Road, pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man in Salisbury on September 22, 2018 and causing £150-worth of damage to a front door belonging to him. He was remanded on conditional bail to September 2 with a direction not to contact the man.

MELKSHAM: Cole Darren Stanley Carter, 18, of Crescent Road, was charged with being concerned with making an offer to supply 4.12 grams of ketamine, a class B controlled drug, at Melksham between June 7 and July 11 2019. His case was adjourned to August 26.

WARMINSTER: Lisa Jane Goodall, 25, of St Andrew's Road, was remanded on unconditional bail to September 16. She pleaded not guilty to driving a VW Polo in Wishford Road, Salisbury, on November 28 2019, while over the drink-drive limit.

TROWBRIDGE: James William Smith, 33, of Broad Street, pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man in Trowbridge on August 24 last year, causing him actual bodily harm. He elected summary trial and was remanded on unconditional bail to August 24.

TROWBRIDGE: Neil Hugh Sutherland, 36, of Kyte Way, was remanded on unconditional bail to August 26. He pleaded guilty to two charges of dishonestly undertaking or assisting in the retention, removal, disposal or realisation of stolen goods, a white Giant Avail bike taken from a woman in Bradford on Avon on June 24 last year, and a Colnago CLX carbon-framed bike worth £2,400 taken from a man at Rowde between January 19 and 28 last year.

DEVIZES: Oliver William Broome, 28, of Barnard Street, changed his plea to guilty after pleading not guilty to assaulting a woman by beating her in Devizes on October 21 last year. He was remanded on bail to August 26 for pre-sentence reports to be prepared. He was directed not to contact the assault victim, directly or indirectly, and not to go to Devizes except for attending St James' Surgery and Green Lane Hospital for pre-arranged appointments.

WESTBURY: Liam Boulton, 32, of West End, was remanded in custody to January 18 when he will appear before Winchester Crown Court. His bail was revoked after he admitted breaching bail conditions on August 1 in Westbury.

SOUTHWICK: Stacey Danielle Kibble, 28, of Swann Court, was sent for trial at Swindon Crown Court on August 21. She is jointly charged with entering an address in Royal Close as a trespasser armed with a metal bar, with intent to steal.

She pleaded not guilty to damaging goods worth £300 belonging to a woman in Chippenham on January 19, and guilty to assaulting the same woman by beating her in Chippenham on the same date.

On these two charges she was remanded on bail to September 17 at Swindon Magistrates Court. She pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to bail on February 19 in Swindon and was given a community order and a curfew with electronic monitoring.

She also admitted breaching a community order imposed by Salisbury Magistrates' Court on September 24 last year by failing to keep in touch with her supervising officer since February 18 this year. That community order was revoked and she was dealt with for the original offence of assaulting a police officer on April 6, 2017 and committing a public order offence on May 3, 2016.

A new eight-week community order with a curfew and electronic monitoring was imposed from August 3 to September 27. She also admitted other charges of failing to surrender to bail on April 28 2017; damaging a greenhouse worth £60 in Devizes on August 2, for which she was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £90; obstructing a police officer in the course of his duty on August 2, and stealing a tent, value unknown, in Devizes on the same date.