HERE are some of the notable cases heard at Worcester Magistrates Court recently.

AN 87-YEAR-old woman has admitted mowing down two women leaving one unable to walk.

Pauline Haynes had already surrendered her licence and told magistrates “I’m not going to drive again” after they heard she reversed her Mazda and seriously injured the two women at Broomfields Farm Shop in August last year.

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A MAN jailed for life for planning to bomb a railway line appeared at a Worcester court for an unprovoked attack on a prison officer.

Zahid Hussain, formerly of Birmingham, was given the life sentence in October 2017.

At Worcester Magistrates Court yesterday the 33-year-old, who appeared on videolink from Ashworth Hospital in Liverpool, admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm of a prison officer.

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A man has been banned from driving for six months for speeding.

In Worcester on October 2 last year, Martin Roche was caught speeding on the B4638 Woodgreen Drive, Worcester towards Marsh Avenue, a restricted road.

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