93mph In 40mph Limit Dangerous Driving Ban Avoided

Kept Licence
Airdrie Sheriff Court

This case involved an allegation that our client had driven at 93mph in a 40mph limit. The Crown argued that the speed per se was sufficient for conviction under s.2 of the Road Traffic Act 1988, namely dangerous driving. The Sheriff agreed with our submissions that the driving complained of fell short of what was required for dangerous driving and our client managed to retain his driving licence at the end of the trial.

Published: 02/06/2017

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