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January 9, 2013

DISTRICT COURT

NEWBURYPORT: The following case was recorded at Newburyport District Court on Monday, Jan. 7, with Judge Michael Uhlarik presiding over the jury-waived trial:

Derek W. Duguette, 39, 35 Reflection Drive, Sandwich; unlicensed driving, continued for three months, $50 Victim-Witness Fund; miscellaneous equipment violation, not responsible (Amesbury).

NEWBURYPORT: The following case was recorded at Newburyport District Court on Tuesday, Jan. 8, with Judge Michael Uhlarik presiding over the jury-waived trial:

June L. Kristiansen, 65, 1 Brown Ave, Apt. 72, Amesbury; driving while under the influence of alcohol, guilty, two years probation conditioned upon completion of a 14-day inpatient substance abuse treatment program and all aftercare, 90-day loss of license, $50 VWF, $50 Operating Under Intoxication Victim Fund, $250 Head Injury Fund; driving after license suspension, continued without finding and probation for two years; fail to stop for police, continued without finding and probation for two years; fail to stop/yield, not responsible (Amesbury).

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