HREFORDSHIRE speeders have been up before the magistrates after they were caught breaking the limit.

Here are the most recent Herefordshire cases:

Richard Arthur Danter, 55, entered a guilty plea to magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard Danter had been caught speeding in a 40 miles per hour zone on the A40 at Whitchurch on March 28.

Danter, of Firs Road, Ross-on-Wye, was fined £126 and received three penalty points. He must also pay costs of £90 and a £34 victim surcharge.

Jessica Brien, 26, was proven guilty by magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard Brien had been caught breaking the 50 miles per hour limit on the A49 at Dinmore Hill on April 4.

Brien, of Pudleston, Leominster, was fined £220 and received three penalty points. She must also pay costs of £90 and a £34 victim surcharge.

Leaza Burbidge, 52, entered a guilty plea to magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard Burbidge had been caught speeding in a 30 miles per hour zone on the B4204 at Rochford in Worcestershire on April 12.

Burbidge, of Ludlow Road, Leominster, was fined £400 and received six penalty points. She must also pay costs of £90 and a £40 victim surcharge.

Christopher Noel Rees, 32, was proven guilty by magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard Rees had been caught breaking the 30 miles per hour limit on the A44 at Barons Cross in Leominster on April 4.

Rees, of Uplands, Cwmgors, was fined £22 and received three penalty points. He must also pay costs of £90 and a £34 victim surcharge.

Omid Sohrabi, 39, was proven guilty by magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard Sohrabi had been caught breaking the 30 miles per hour limit on the A4110 at Wigmore on April 3.

Sohrabi, of Matthew Street, Swansea, was fined £220 and received three penalty points. He must also pay costs of £90 and a £34 victim surcharge.

Cristian Iulian Dinu, 33, was proven guilty by magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard Dinu had been caught speeding in a 30 miles per hour zone at Leigh Sinton in Worcestershire on April 30.

Dinu, of Friars Street, Hereford, was fined £660 and received six penalty points. He must also pay costs of £90 and a £66 victim surcharge.