Restricted Road High Speed Low Sentence

Reduced Sentence
Lanark Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

A charge of travelling at 57mph in a restricted road subject to a 30mph limit brought our client the real prospect of a disqualification, or at the very least a significant number of penalty points.

Pleading guilty at the earliest available opportunity, combined with our considered submissions to the presiding Justice of the Peace, resulted in imposition of the statutory minimum 3 penalty points.

Published: 08/06/2017

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