All of these cases involving people from Oldham have been before the magistrates in the last fortnight.

A woman has been sentenced for the racially aggravated assault of a man in Oldham.

Margaret Rattigan, of Radcliffe Street, Oldham, had been charged with the assault which took place on May 26, 2021.

The 38-year-old pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of the offence on November 25 last year.

At Tameside Magistrates' Court on March 6, Rattigan was given a community order, instructing her to attend 20 days of rehabilitation activity requirement.

She was also made to pay a fine of £180 and compensation of £100.

An Oldham man has been sentenced for assaulting another man, causing him actual bodily harm (ABH).

Jake Booth, of MacKenzie Walk, Sholver, assaulted his victim in Blackpool on March 11 last year and was charged with assault occasioning ABH.

The 28-year-old pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced at Tameside Magistrates' Court on February 28.

Booth was handed a community order, requiring him to abstain from alcohol 90 days and follow instructions from a responsible officer during that period.

He must also and attend 10 days of rehabilitation activity requirement.

He was also made to pay a fine of £200, a victim surcharge of £95 and court costs of £85, bringing his total costs to £380.

A man has been banned from the roads after he was found to be driving without insurance.

Ashad Khan, of Moorwood Drive, Glodwick, was driving in Culcheth, Warrington, on March 10 last year when he was found to be driving a Ford car without third party insurance.

He pleaded guilty to the offence, and at Chester Magistrates' Court on February 27, he was sentenced.

Khan, 47, has been banned from holding a driving licence for six months due to repeat offending.

He was also fined £440, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £66 and made to pay court costs of £110.