Convicted: All three men involved in a serious hammer attack outside Lincoln clubs have been convicted for their crimes.
Tuesday, March 4
Friday, February 21
Sentenced: A self-confessed paedophile from Lincoln has been given 6 years in prison for possession and distribution of child abuse images.
Thursday, February 20
Health and safety prosecution: A Lincoln builder received a suspended prison sentence after a bricklayer was left paralysed following a three-metre fall from faulty scaffolding.
Monday, February 17
Fake DVDs: A local man has been ordered to pay over £120k after being found selling fake DVDs on eBay.
Millionaire lover con: A con man has been jailed for almost five years after he was convicted of stealing almost £50k from six women.
Thursday, February 6
Lead poisoning: A Lincolnshire stained glass company has appeared in court after an employee suffered severe lead poisoning.
Wednesday, January 29
Prosecuted: An man who formerly worked as a council litter picker has been fined for dumping waste on the road side near Bracebridge Heath.
Red Arrows pilot inquest: The inquest into the death of Red Arrows pilot Sean Cunningham has revealed that a number of “serious communication failures” were at fault.
Monday, January 20
Tainted bap: Lincoln bakers AW Curtis have been fined more than £11,000 after a customer found a screw baked inside a bread roll last summer.
Friday, December 13
Sniffed out: A Lincoln shop owner and shop assistant have been prosecuted for selling illegal goods after a raid earlier this year.