Case Deserted Simpliciter

Kept Licence
Coatbridge Justice of the Peace Court

We are routinely instructed in cases where an accused faces disqualification under the totting-up provisions. This case involved an allegation that our client was speeding on the A73 Stirling Road. The case would normally have been dealt with by issue of a fixed penalty but due to the number of live points on his licence, the matter had to proceed to court. Following our advice a plea of not guilty was tendered and the case was eventually deserted simpliciter following the refusal of a Crown motion to adjourn.  

Published: 01/06/2017

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