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

A Dursley lawyer is to stand trial after he denied perverting the course of justice.

Stuart Dodd, 41, of Uley Road, has pleaded not guilty to two charges of making amendments to a legal document and using the falsified document as sworn evidence in court.

FULL STORY: Dursley lawyer to stand trial on perverting the course of justice allegations

A-35-year old man has denied subjecting a Stroud woman to more than four years of controlling and coercive behaviour.

Grigore Nedelcu,of Nelson Street, Bristol pleaded not guilty to charges of using controlling and coercive behaviour, causing actual bodily harm and perverting the course of justice.

FULL STORY: Man, 35, denies subjecting Stroud woman to years of abuse

A voyeur who hacked into home security cameras to spy on unsuspecting homeowners also used a hidden camera to film families in Butlins, has appeared in court.

John Wood, 42, formerly of Station Road, Minety, was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment suspended for two years.

FULL STORY: Hidden camera voyeur spied on families at Butlins and hacked webcams

A South Gloucestershire man has been handed a suspended jail term after drunkenly assaulting an Uber driver who tried to kick him out of his vehicle for farting.

James Mallett, 35, of Kingswood, was on his way to Chasers nightclub when he carried out the attack.

FULL STORY: Man who farted in taxi and then assaulted driver handed suspended sentence