FULL LIST: The most bizarre court stories from the past month
HUNDREDS of people go through the Dalby Court house every month.
The Dalby Herald have compiled a list of the best court stories from the last month from both Magistrate and District Court:
NEVILLE John Franklin held back tears as he told the court of his attempts to take a friend to hospital when he was pulled up on a string of driving charges, including driving with meth in his system.
AFTER a failed attempt to pay for fuel with a giftcard, Garry John Kay decided to instead steal it – a crime that was only picked up two years later.
JUSTIN Thomas Morton told the Dalby Magistrates Court he had become a “burden” to his mother and father after being caught trying to hide clipseal bags and a syringe in a public toilet, and exposing his genitals in public.
A FATHER-of-three kept his head down as he appeared via video in Dalby Magistrate Court.
A MAN has pleaded guilty in the Dalby Magistrates Court to unlicensed driving after being caught by police in April.
A MAN has been given a stern warning from a Dalby magistrate for possessing a small quantity of marijuana.
A DALBY father sat with his feet up in the dock Thursday morning at Dalby District court as crown prosecutor Farook Anoozer recalled a three day drug spree in November, last year.
A DALBY mother-of-seven couldn’t reach for the tissues quick enough as she sat in the dock, at the Dalby District Court.
IN A bid to intimidate a witness in a legal proceeding against his friend, Michael John Urch took to Facebook to intimidate the complainant, and “give him a hard time”.
A 20-YEAR-old mother has told a Dalby court she turned to dealing meth to support her own drug habits.
A WESTERN Downs man sat nervously in the Dalby courthouse, fidgeting with the microphone in front of him as he pleaded guilty to possession of a dangerous drug.
A DALBY father refused to look the magistrate in the eye as she told him to set a better example for his children.