Hereford woman in court after failing to do her unpaid work

Verity Jessica Lulay admitted one count of failing to comply with the requirements of a suspended sentence order when she appeared before magistrates in Hereford.

The court heard from the probation service that the 33-year-old had been made subject to a suspended sentence by magistrates in Kidderminster on August 8 last year after she was convicted of driving while over the drug limit and driving while disqualified.

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But, magistrates were told, Lulay had failed to attend unpaid work appointments, which she had been instructed to attend by her supervising officer, on March 29 and April 2, and failed to provide acceptable evidence to cover her absence within five working days.

The sentence was varied and Lulay, of Ethelstan Crescent, Hereford, was ordered to comply with the instructions of her responsible officer to attend appointments or participate in any activity as required by them up to a maximum of eight days, while the unpaid work requirement was removed.

No order for prosecution costs was made.

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