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.
Read more at STV News Read ...

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

      

 

Photo By Scottish Labour [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Published:
Modified: 2018-10-06 21:07:43
Published by:

Need our help?

Contact Us

Related Posts

Driving Licence Changes in 2015
It seems that DVLA are going paperless. Following the recent abolition of the tax disc, DVLA have confirmed the counterpart dri ...

Driving Licence Changes The Lowdown

Driving Licence Changes in 2015 It seems that DVLA are going paperless. Following the recent abolition of the tax disc, DVLA have confirmed the counterpart dri ...

The Road Traffic Lawyer in the Press  Ronnie Simpson Defending
He said: This was a momentary lapse of attention.
Read the full story printed in the news onlin ...

The Road Traffic Lawyer in the Press

The Road Traffic Lawyer in the Press Ronnie Simpson Defending He said: This was a momentary lapse of attention. Read the full story printed in the news onlin ...

Foreword By Michael Lyon - LLB (Hons.), Dip LP

How times have changed. Ten years ago there were only a handful of lawyers who knew their way around a speedin ...

The Road Traffic Lawyer: Ten Year Review

Foreword By Michael Lyon - LLB (Hons.), Dip LP How times have changed. Ten years ago there were only a handful of lawyers who knew their way around a speedin ...