Speeding at 105mph Over 4 Miles

This case involved an average speed of 105mph over a distance of four miles. We were able to agree an amended narration with the Crown and successfully persuaded the Sheriff to impose penalty points rather than a disqualification. Our client received five penalty points. 

Published: 31/05/2017

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