Two sessions of Jackson County District Court were held last week at the Justice Center.

Judge Kris Earwood presided at a session mainly for traffic cases Sept. 16, and Judge Donna Forga presided at a session for other cases Sept. 17.

Results of the sessions are listed below, with information obtained from records on file with the Jackson County Clerk of Court office. Defendants pleaded guilty unless indicated otherwise. In addition to dismissals and infractions, dispositions included:

Sept. 16

Terry Jay Webb, 40, Allen Street, Sylva, driving while license revoked, prayer for judgment continued on condition he pay costs.

Joel Conteras Rodriguez, 46, Walnut Cove Road, Tuckasegee, no operator’s license, fined $50 and costs.

Sept. 17

Ivan Peter Shires, 20, Robbinsville, computer trespass, fined $50 and costs.

Jose Manuel Escamilla Campos, 46, Walhalla, S.C., possess marijuana, fined $25 and costs.

Charles Thomas Lambert, 70, Tequila Heights and Chipper Curve Road, Sylva, littering, open container of alcoholic beverage on city property, two counts larceny and two counts second-degree trespass, sentence of 90 days, given credit for 11 days served.

Andrew Lawrence Smathers, 41, Hilltop Drive, Sylva, admitted to probation violation, probation revoked and sentence of 30 days activated, given credit for 21 days served.

Callie Elizabeth Rogers, 27, Waynesville, second-degree trespass, sentence of 20 days, given credit for 20 days served.

Robert Dylan Thomas, 22, Winesap Road, Sylva, assault inflicting serious injury, sentence of five days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $25 and costs.

Daniel James West, 39, Simpson Welch Road, Cherokee, assault on government official/employee and second-degree trespass, sentence of 150 days suspended for 36 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $50 and costs and not be on premises of Harrah’s Cherokee Casino.

Sept. 12

One criminal case was heard during a Sept. 12 session mainly for DSS cases presided over by Judge Monica Leslie:

Kenneth Blume, 34, Canton, admitted to failure to perform community service, in lieu of community service, he served 24 hours in jail.