IN THE DOCK: The biggest court stories this week

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Here are the biggest court stories that have featured in the SNJ, Gazette Series or Wilts Glos Standard over the past few days.

David and Luke Jones have been jailed for three years and 18 months respectively.

The father and son ran a number of fraudulent home improvement businesses which targeted the elderly and vulnerable.

FULL STORY: South Gloucestershire rogue traders jailed after four-year investigation

Dr Deborah Staite, 49, of Butterow West, Stroud, pleaded guilty to driving a grey Vauxhall Viva while over the drink drive limit.

She also admitted driving without a valid licence and having no insurance.

The doctor was banned from driving for five years and given an 18 weeks suspended jail sentence.

FULL STORY: Stroud drink-driver was three times the legal limit

Jacqueline McCarthy, of Charlton Street, London, has been given a suspended sentence after being caught drink-driving in Cirencester.

She pleaded guilty to the offence and also admitted to driving whilst disqualified, and driving without insurance.

FULL STORY: Suspended sentence for 50-year-old woman caught drink-driving in Cirencester

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