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Lucas Duncan, 23, formerly of Edwards Lane, Nottingham, was jailed for 22 months when he pleaded guilty to assault after hitting a man with a hammer.
Darren Pickering, 37, of Bonsall Street, Long Eaton, was jailed for two years after pleading guilty to a charge of fraud by abuse of position.
Jason Smith, 45, of no fixed address, was jailed for more than four months after pleading guilty to being in possession of an offensive weapon, possession of a bladed article and criminal damage.
Liam Brown, 32, formerly of Serlby Rise, Nottingham, was jailed for 18 months, after he pleaded guilty to two breaches of a restraining order and dangerous driving.
Kieran White, 35, of Westdale Lane East, Mapperley, was sentenced to a total of eight months in prison for two counts of attempting to cause a child to look at sexual imagery. He was also given six month sentences (to run concurrently) for two counts of attempting to engage in sexual activity with a child.
Steven Bowler, 34, of Wheatfield Way, Sutton-in-Ashfield, was sentenced to 20 months in prison at Nottingham Crown Court after pleading guilty to charges of burglary and attempted burglary.
Leona Bailey, 26, of Cinderhill Road, Bulwell, was sentenced to a year and four months in prison and disqualified from driving for two years after she pleaded guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Darron Childs, 20, of London Road, Nottingham, was jailed for a total of three years and 10 months after admitting to charges of robbery and possession of a bladed article in a public place.
Rowan Grant, 28, of Basford in Nottingham, was jailed for 18 months and given a five year restraining order after pleading guilty to controlling and coercive behaviour.
Shaun Cooke, 39, of no fixed address, was jailed for three years after he pleaded guilty to coercive and controlling behaviour.