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The following are results contributed by HM Court Service, of cases sentenced by Sussex Northern magistrates sitting at Crawley.

David Vidler, 29, of Buncton Lane, Bolney, was banned from driving for three years, with an £800 fine, a £40 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention, and to two counts of driving with illegal levels of a controlled drug (ketamine, and a cocaine metabolite) in his blood, on the A281 at Woodmancote.

James Hoban, 31, address given in court as Lewes Prison, was banned from driving for three years, with a £200 fine, a £30 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to two counts of driving with illegal levels of a controlled drug (cocaine and a cocaine metabolite) in his blood in West Park Crescent, Burgess Hill, and to two counts of driving with illegal levels of a controlled drug (cocaine and a cocaine metabolite) in his blood in Queens Road, Brighton.

Jake Brookes, 22, of Harlands Road, Haywards Heath, was banned from driving for nine months, with a £900 fine, a £45 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to driving without insurance, driving without due care and attention, and to failing to stop and give details after an accident, all in Hazelgrove Road, Haywards Heath.

Jessica Andrews, 22, of Stonefield Way, Burgess Hill, was fined £220, with a £30 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and three penalty points added to her licence. She had been convicted of speeding on the A24 at Shipley.

Daniel Horscroft, 31, of Junction Road, Burgess Hill, was fined £440, with a £44 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and five penalty points added to his licence. He had been convicted of speeding on the A23 at Bolney.

Nick Lucas, 29, of Hardham Close, Haywards Heath, was fined £261, with a £30 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and five penalty points added to his licence. He had pleaded guilty to speeding on the A23 at Bolney.

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