115.6mph Not Guilty After Trial

Kept Licence
Perth Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client was charged with driving at a speed exceeding 70mph, namely 115.6mph on the A9 Stirling to Perth Road. It perhaps goes without saying that this type of speed, if convicted, would have resulted in an inevitable period of disqualification. We identified a technical line of defence which resulted in our client being found not guilty after trial.

Published: 31/05/2017

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