Conditional bail: Fifteen people accused of fraud involving a Lincolnshire NHS trust appeared at Lincoln Magistrates Court.
Wednesday, August 26
Not guilty: A teenage motorist accused of causing a double fatal crash was cleared by a jury at Lincoln Crown Court on August 26.
Tuesday, August 25
Driver gives evidence: A teenage motorist accused of causing a double fatal crash this afternoon (Tues) admitted to a jury that he had only one hand of the steering wheel when the tragedy occurred.
Monday, August 24
Double fatality: A teenage motorist lost control of his car causing a fatal collision which left two people dead, a jury at Lincoln Crown Court heard.
Guilty plea: A Lincoln man who admitted child pornography charges is to face sentence next month.
Tuesday, August 18
Trial: A cashier spoke of how he found himself face to face with a gunman during an armed robbery at a Lincolnshire village post office.
Courageous actions: A teenager who was sexually assaulted on a Lincoln train has been praised for her help catching the culprit.
Friday, August 14
Convicted and fined: A Lincoln woman who repeatedly left her dustbins on the pavement has been fined £740.
Thursday, August 13
Retrial called: A man accused of staging an armed robbery at a Lincolnshire village post office is to face a retrial after the jury at Lincoln Crown Court was discharged.
Tuesday, August 11
Fiskerton robbery: A man charged with robbery of a Lincoln village post office denied the allegations in court.
Monday, August 10
Third conviction: A Lincoln man has been ordered to pay £570 for breaching the city’s Public Space Protection Order after refusing to surrender alcohol.
Friday, August 7
Convicted: A shopkeeper who was caught selling counterfeit cigarettes has been given a suspended sentence at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court.
Tuesday, August 4
Prohibited weapons: A Lincolnshire man has been sentenced to five years in prison after weapons, ammunition and firearms were discovered in Lincoln and Market Rasen.
Monday, August 3
Appeal upheld: Lincoln Crown Court found that a Lincolnshire County Council parking fine issued at a coastal car park was an abuse of process.
Wednesday, July 29
Life hospital order: A schizophrenic who brutally killed his parents before driving their bodies 150 miles and burying them in a garden in Lincoln, has been sentenced to life in a secure hospital unit.