Not Guilty Of Failing To Identify

Kept Licence
Glasgow Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client may have thought he was being clever by failing to respond properly to a s.172 request however his folly was brought home when he received court papers for failing to identify. The offence carries a minimum endorsement of six points which would have caused DVLA to revoke his driving licence under the new driver provisions. We were able to identify a technical defence t the charge and our client was found not guilty after trial.

Published: 31/05/2017

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