Failing To Identify Driver Deserted Simpliciter

Kept Licence
Dumfries Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

This matter was scheduled to call for trial on 26 February 2020 within Dumfries Justice of the Peace Court. The allegation related to a purported failure to identify who was driving a particular vehicle when it had been captured by a roadside camera speeding. There was a bit of a background to the case however, in the end, none of that mattered due to a technical issue which we had identified pre-trial in relation to the drafting of the particular charge. The case was treated as not called which brough matters to a successful conclusion for our happy client.

Published: 26/02/2020

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