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Prosecutor Justin Gibson said Dudgeon became agitated and tried to pass the officer and the cordon.
The pair meet again in today's 200 metres with Scottish champion Dudgeon the likely winner.
Dudgeon also revealed "multi-million-pound" plans to upgrade grandstand facilities in time for the Flat season in 2000.
Fair enough, Dudgeon served up convincing raging helplessness and the scene shuffling round the room to Leonard Cohen's Dance Me To The End Of Love had an aching poignancy, but for t he most part it was like watching a Rod McKuen poem in soft focus.
To bring John's '70s albums up to '90s standards, Dudgeon passed the sound of the originals through modern digital processing equipment.
Exeter took an early lead, but goals by James Dudgeon, and then Neil and Andy Bishop secured the win, which cuts Exeter's lead over eighth-placed York to three points.
And the points were in the bag in 65 minutes when a 30-yard shot from Liam Baillie gave Dudgeon no chance.
That is what writer J P Dudgeon hopes to capture in his new book.
Judge Brian Forster QC sentenced Dudgeon to 10 months imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, with an PS800 compensation order to Miss Sloan.
HULL: Amos 7; Rosenior 7, Chester 5, Faye 6 (Bruce 76, 6) Dudgeon 7; Stewart 5, McKenna 7, Koren 6, Aluko 7, Proschwitz 5 (Evans 73, 6), Mclean 6 (Simpson, 80) Goal Simpson 85 BRIGHTON: Kuszczak 7, Bruno 6, Greer 7, El Abd 7, Bridge 7, Bridcutt 7, Crofts 6, Dicker 6 (Agdestein 88), Noone 7, (LuaLua 68, 6), Mackail-Smith 8, Barnes 5.
Milk producers attending the 2007 Semex Dairy Conference next week will receive a much-needed new year vote of confidence when keynote speaker Charles Dudgeon, of leading international property consultancy Savills, takes to the floor.
But I have a feeling that Midsomer will still be packed with murders, as it continues with another Barnaby in charge - Neil Dudgeon instead of John Nettles.