A case review of the conviction of five bikers accused of speeding at 140mph on the A47 found “insufficient evidence” to prosecute four who had been convicted by a single magistrate.
A man in his 20s has appeared in court on drugs charges.
Do court fines end up being paid?
An investigation by this newspaper into the sexual abuse of female officers by a Norfolk police doctor and the force’s subsequent handling of the case has uncovered a series of fresh revelations.
Police have confirmed there is no criminal case to answer regarding the death of a 34-year-old who died in August last year.
A man who crashed a van containing up to £142,000-worth of cannabis has been ordered to pay back £1.
Youngsters have taken to the courtroom floor to dispense justice.
Norfolk’s police chief has said there needs to be a “balanced and proportional response” from the force nationally when dealing with people accused of child sexual abuse.
Live up to pledge, then we’ll pay
Mystery still surrounds the death of a Great Yarmouth man who was found with 69 different injuries at his home.
The Crown Prosecution Service are to consider if any further action should be taken against a driver who strapped a wardrobe to a roof using bubble wrap in Great Yarmouth.
A prosecution arising from the deaths of four men on a construction site will be heard before a crown court judge.