Penalty Points 42mph In 20mph Limit

Reduced Sentence
Elgin Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client accepted driving at 42mph in a 20mph limit, his speed having been detected by a Unipar SL700 device. We managed to persuade the Court to deal with the matter by the imposition of penalty points rather than exercising its powers of discretionary disqualification. Only 4 penalty points were endorsed on his licence along with a modest financial penalty. This was a fantastic result for travelling at more than 100% in excess of the speed limit. Our client kept his licence, his employment and the family home.

Published: 13/06/2017

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