Speeding On The Kessock Bridge

Kept Licence
Inverness Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client was on 9 penalty points and was facing a minimum 6 month ban under the totting-up provisions. We identified a speeding loophole and the Prosecutor reluctantly was forced into conceding that the case could proceed no further. Our client was formally acquitted of the charge and permitted to continue driving. 

Published: 31/05/2017

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