Here are some of the cases recently heard before Swindon and Wiltshire magistrates courts.

Royal Wootton Bassett: Raisham Singh Mudha, 55, of The Steadway pleaded not guilty to harassing and intimidating another man, and breaching a non-molestation order made by Swindon Family Court in July. He was remanded in custody until September.

Westbury: 46 year old Paul Butler of Oldfield Road pleaded not guilty to damaging a front door worth £150 and of assaulting another man causing actual bodily harm. He has been remanded on bail ahead of a further hearing at Swindon Magistrates court and ordered to stay away from the person he is accused of attacking.

Calne: A not guilty plea was entered by 27 year old Levi Mark Waters of George Close who had his case dismissed due to no evidence offered, of using insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause the person to believe he would be attacked.

Chippenham: Bayram Guloglu, 49, of Oaklands has had a domestic violence protection order made for 28 days for the protection of an associated person. He has been told to keep away from the woman and has been prevented from evicting her from an address in Chippenham.

Trowbridge: Marcus McGuiness, 27, of Sparrow Street has been given a 10 week suspended prison sentence for drink driving. The jail term is suspended for 18 months, and the court heart that the offence was so serious - with a very high alcohol reading of 149 micrigrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, that he must go into rehab for 15 days and carry out unpaid work for 60 hours over the next year. He was banned from driving for three years and ordered to pay £128 to the victim services fund and £85 costs.

Corsham: 70 year old Phillip Nigel Perrett has had his case adjourned He is accused of accessing internet sites which included pornography and containing material including 'teen and incest'. He had previously been prohibited from accessing such sites by a sexual harm prevention order in May 2017.

Corsham: 21 year old Cameron Brown pleaded guilty to stealing alcohol worth £45 from Sainsburys, a bicycle worth £230 from a man in Devizes, and was found guilty of breaching a non molestation order after speaking to a woman he'd been ordered to stay away from in a street in Calne. He was remanded on bail until the end of September for a pre sentence report to be prepared for Swindon Magistrates.

Corsham: Cameron Broom, 21, of Queens Avenue pleaded guilty to using two stolen bank cards at a Co Op store and petrol station. He has been ordered to stay away from Calne.

Chippenham: Geoffrey Borlaize, 72, of Woodlands Bungalows has had is case adjourned due to Covid self isolating. He is accused of driving down Semington Road in Melksham with 90ug of the controlled drug Benzoylecgonine in his blood. He is also accused of carrying a sword in public.

Trowbridge: Ryan Cottle, 23, of Osborne House, pleaded guilty to a range of charges of driving while under the influence of controlled drugs, including cocaine. He has been disqualified from driving until the case is dealt with and remanded on unconditional bail.

Corsham: 50 year old David Cox of Arnolds Mead has had his case adjourned as he was unable to change his shift pattern to plea. He is accused of not promptly notifying the Department for Work and Pensions about a change in circumstances which it is claimed he knew would affect his entitlement to a carer's allowance.

Trowbridge: Timothy Ryan, 29, of Helmsley Road has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving on a motorcycle in Leapgate. His case had been committed to Salisbury Crown Court for sentence and has been disqualified from driving until then.

Melksham: 50 year old Ian Firman from Dunch Lane has pleaded not guilty to beating up a man and a woman in Melksham. He has been told not to contact them ahead of his trial at Wiltshire Magistrates Court in November.

Chippenham: Jason Sellors, 48, of Unity House, Wood Lane has changed his plea to guilty after being accused of beating a woman. He has been given a community order and told to attened alcohol rehabilitation classes.