Labour deputy leader cleared of using mobile phone while driving

Justice of the Peace John Lawless ruled that there was an insufficiency of corroborative evidence and returned a not proven verdict.
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Justice of the Peace John Lawless ruled that there was an “insufficiency of corroborative evidence” and returned a not proven verdict.

      

 

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