A mother from Nottingham has been giving evidence in the trial of Kevin Wright, who is accused of stealing and defrauding charities.
A Tamworth father accused of stealing thousands of pounds from a fund he set up to raise cash for son's cancer treatment has gone on trial.
A woman from Nottinghamshire convicted of ordering her husband's murder will be sentenced along with the two men she asked to kill him.
Julie Bowles gives her reaction to the sentencing of Charlotte Collinge.
Detective Superintendent Kate Mynell from Nottinghamshire Police speaking after the sentencing of Charlotte Collinge, found guilty of ordering the murder of husband Clifford Collinge.
Speaking at the sentencing of Charlotte Collinge and the two men, Stephen Shreeves and Kelvin Dale, who she ordered to kill her husband Clifford Collinge in October last year, the judge Mr Justice Treacy described Mr Collinge's attack as:
– Mr Justice Treacy
"A brutal attack by two men fuelled by alcohol and illegal drugs, who probably didn't even know his name"
The court also heard how Mr Collinge lay on the floor with fatally injuries for almost 20 minutes, while his wife walked past his dying body.
Charlotte Collinge has been sentenced to a minimum of 23 years for the murder of her husband Clifford Collinge.
The two men she ordered to kill him, Stephen Shreeves and Kelvin Dale, have both been jailed for a minimum of 18 years each.
A Nottingham man has been found guilty of raping and wounding a 22-year-old woman as she walked home last year.
A 19 year old man has been found guilty of the rape and assault of a young woman, after she was refused entry onto a late night bus.
The 22 year-old law student was 20 pence short of the £5 bus fare.
She asked the driver if he would wait, whilst she went to a cash point but he said no.
Nottingham Crown Court heard that she was attacked on the Forrest Recreation ground as she walked to meet her mother for a lift.
Joseph Moran from Sneinton in Nottingham has denied all charges.
Michael and Mairead Philpott - the parents of six children killed in a house fire in Derby - are due in court again today. Yesterday they appeared before Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court accused of murdering their children and were remanded in custody.
Today they are due to appear before Nottingham Crown Court today.