Speeding On A9

Kept Licence
Inverness Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client was charged with travelling at 60mph in an 85mph limit (not a typo). We recognised and successfully argued that this represented a fundamental nullity which vitiated proceedings. It is simply incompetent to charge someone with travelling at 60mph in an 85mph limit - the Court agreed with our well founded argument and dismissed the charges. Our client who was at risk of being disqualified through totting-up was understandably delighted with the outcome. 

Published: 31/05/2017

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