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Road Ban For Drink Driver Who Failed To Provide Specimen

A woman was apprehended by police for drink driving as she pulled into her driveway after being reported by a member of the public.

Worcester Magistrates Court heard that a breathalyser test administered at the scene twice showed her to be twice the legal limit, however she was unable to provide a sample at the police station following her arrest.

Police caught up to her at 3.15am and the tests showed her to have 125mcg alcohol per 100ml breath against the legal limit of 35mcg, according to Nicola Ritchie for the prosecution.

Katherine Maynereid, mitigating for the defendant, said that on the evening in question the woman had driven to a friends house with the intention of having a few drinks and staying the night.

Ms Maynereid continued, however: “She got into an argument as one of the friends was taking drugs, and she did not feel safe, and able to stay there.

“She then finds herself outside, with the keys in her hands. At that moment it seemed a good idea. It was a mile-and-half to her home.

“It was out of character.”

She went on to explain that the woman had at no point refused to give a sample, but that she had been left short of breath due to the stress of the argument, the arrest, and suffering from asthma – as such she was physically unable to complete the test.

The court also heard from the probation service that the woman had problems dealing with alcohol and that she would be suitable for a drink awareness course.

After pleading guilty to failing to provide a specimen on suspicion of drink driving, Magistrates ordered her to complete 14 sessionsata drink impairment programme and undertake 60 hours of unpaid work.

They also banned her from driving for 18 months and ordered her to pay £135 costs and a £85 victim surcharge.

The ban may be reduced by 18 weeks on completion of a drink driving awareness course.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Hundreds Caught Every Week Driving With Mobile Phone

Despite a crackdown by the government and police last year with new, stiffer penalties introduced, on average 500 people are still caught every week driving while using their mobile phone.

In the year to March 2017 – one year on from the introductino of harsher penalties – 26,000 people were caught driving while using their mobile phone, with 500 of them receiving an automatic ban as they had been driving for less than two years.

Since March 2016 drivers caught using a mobile behind the wheel face six points on their license and a fine of £200.

In 2016, 35 people were killed in accidents where the driver was found to be distracted by a mobile phone, according to figures from the Department for Transport.

Recently a learner driver received a jail sentence following an accident which seriously injured her half-sister. At the time of the accident, the driver was on a two-minute video call with a friend which left her so distracted that she failed even to brake before the collision. Her passenger suffered “life-changing injuries”.

West Mercia Police’s Chief Constable Anthony Bangham, Road Policing Lead for the National Police Chief’s Council, said that people were still very much underestimating the risk of driving while using a mobile phone.

Jesse Norman, Road Safety Minister, said, however, that the new penalties had “proven to be a strong deterrent”, despite the new figures. “Everyone has a role to play to encourage drivers to put their phone away and not use it at the wheel,” he said.

The RAC’s road safety spokesman Pete Williams said: “Drivers really need to ask themselves what is so important that they must risk their life, and the lives of others, by using a handheld mobile phone at the wheel.”

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Banker Writes Off New Car And Gets 26-Month Ban After Drink Driving Accident

A 22-year-old man who went for a night out with “old friends” has been disqualified for 26 months after writing off his car when drink driving on his way home.

The finance worker parked his car at his local station to get the train to Manchester, but on returning on the train with his parents after drinks he decided to drive home rather than get a taxi with them. He said he didn’t want to leave his six-week-old VW Gold there overnight.

Magistrates in Manchester heard that he collided with another vehicle on the A6033 Todmorden Road at around 10pm having drunk five pints of lager.

Prosecuting, David Morgan told the court: “His car ended up horizontal in the road.

“The defendant was unable to provide a breath sample at the scene and was taken into custody, where he provided a sample of 95mcg of alcohol.”

The legal drink driving limit is 35mcg alcohol per 100ml breath.

Lindsay Brown, mitigating, explained: “The defendant had been in Manchester centre with his parents.

“They had driven their vehicles to their local train station and caught the train into Manchester.

“He said he consumed five pints of lager whilst out and came back with his parents to Littleborough station.

“He and his parents went their separate ways and the defendant made the decision to drive his car the short distance home.

“An animal ran into the road and as he swerved to avoid it, the collision occurred.”

A probation service reports stated that the man got “carried away”.

“He recognises an error of judgement and says if the animal didn’t run into the road the accident would have been avoided,” they added.

“He said he didn’t feel drunk at the time of driving.

“The defendant says he was reluctant to leave his vehicle near the station overnight as he had only owned the car for six weeks.

“He said it was a ‘freak decision’.”

JP Tracy Kealy told him: “You are a very lucky man to be standing here and that your parents were not identifying your body in a morgue.

“Hopefully you will never put yourself – or anybody else – in that position again.”

The man pleaded guilty to drink driving and Magistrates banned him from the roads for 26 months, fined him £170, and ordered him to complete 150 hours of unpaid work.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Jail For Man Who Killed Two Women While Driving With A Mobile Phone

A man has been jailed for 6 years after being found guilty of killing two women because he was texting his girlfriend instead of watching the road.

The two young women were part of a group of five friends, crossing the road in clear visibility in Preston, Lancashire. One girl died at the scene, the other a few hours later, and one other girl was seriously injured when the account’s BMW ran into them on April 20, 2016.

The defendant, 26, admitted careless driving but denied that his driving was dangerous as he took his mother and sister on a shopping trip.

Examination of his phone by investigators revealed that the man had sent two text messages to his girlfriend at 6.12pm to find out where she was.

His girlfriend replied at 6.37pm saying she was at a friend’s, to which he asked: “Her house?” via text message.

He sent that message 42 seconds before dialling 999 from the scene of the accident, Preston Crown Court heard.

The defendant claimed to have sent the text at a set of traffic lights while he was stationary before putting his phone back in the drivers-side pocket. A witness, however, said that the defendant had overtaken him not long before the accident and, on glancing over at the defendant, saw that he was holding a mobile phone and resting it on the steering wheel.

Concluding that the man had been distracted by his phone for a “considerable period of time” before the collision, Judge Robert Altham said: “No text message was so urgent that it was worth the lives of these two young women,”

“This was plainly an avoidable distraction. So distracted was he that at the point of collision he may as well have been driving with his eyes closed,” continued the Judge.

“He deliberately concentrated on his phone rather than the road ahead. He was not on the phone in terms of speaking on it but he was sufficiently distracted that he did not see what was absolutely obvious in front of him.”

Judge Altham went on to say that the defendant had shown “no significant remorse” but rather “sadness for the predicament he now finds himself in”.

It was also noted that the man was issued a fixed penalty notice in 2014 for using his mobile while manoeuvering in a car park.

“Whatever the circumstances, it was the clearest possible indication of the importance of not using a mobile phone in the car. An indication he would have done very well to heed. He ignored it.”

The man was convicted and sentenced to six years in prison for causing death by dangerous driving at this, his second trial. The first came to an end after the jury was unable to reach a verdict.

The man was also banned from driving for nine years.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Drug Driver At Four Times Cocaine Limit Jailed

A man caught drug driving at 100mph while four times the legal limit for cocaine has been jailed at Norwich Magistrates Court.

The 21-year old was clocked speeding by officers regular speed checks. They pulled the man over and, on speaking to him, suspected he may have been under the influence of drugs.

Later tests showed that the man was over the drug driving limit for cannabis, and four times the legal limit for cocaine.

Wayne Ablett, prosecuting, explained: “He was stopped by Sgt Harris who was conducting speed checks on the A11 with a recorded speed of 100mph. When stopped and spoken to the officer had reason to believe he was under the influence of drugs.

“Two different types of drugs were found in his system, with cocaine at 380mcg in blood when the legal limit is 80, and cannabis at 3.2 when the legal limit is two.”

Sally Dale, mitigating for the defendant, said that the man “is no longer doing drugs at all” and had moved back home to live with his pregnant girlfriend.

“There was no indication there has been any criticism of the standard of driving,” said Ms Dale.

“There is no suggestion he was stopped for any other reason than he was speeding. There was no suggestion he was presenting as someone under the influence.

“To his credit, he has been totally up front and open with the police about this.

“He says he had a very heavy night the night before at a party and had consumed drugs as well as alcohol. After a few hours sleep, he gets up with the intention of going to the beach with his friends. On his way, he was following another car doing the same speed as him. He was not concentrating on his speed from that point of view but accepts he was the one stopped by police.

“He has now quit where he was living and working to move back home. He can get to and from work on a push bike.”

Aggravated by the speeding offence, the man pleaded guilty to two counts of drug driving and Magistrates disqualified him for 25 months. They also bound him under a 12-month community order during which he must complete 120 hours of unpaid work.

He must also pay a victim surcharge and costs of £85 each.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Two Years Jail For Drink Driver After Serious Accident Injures Three

A 22-year-old warehouse worker has been jailed following a drink driving accident in which three people were injured, two of them seriously.

The man had downed half a bottle of vodka, plus taken another four shots of the same, as well as two pints of beer before setting off in his Audi.

The defendant, the drivers of the other two vehicles involved in the accident, plus a passenger, were all injured in the collision, with one still in recovery and having to learn to walk again.

Anthony Bartholomeusz, prosecuting, explained to Maidstone Crown Court how the man lost control of his vehicle as he attempted to overtake a Ford Mondeo on the A228 at 1am on October 7, 2017.

As he attempted the manoeuvre he bumped the rear off-side of the Mondeo, making it veer into the path of an oncoming Peugeot with which it collided head-on.

The Peugeot careered off the road, digging into a verge and flipping onto its roof while the Audi span off the carriageway, coming to a halt amongst trees and bushes.

Both the drivers of the other two cars had been driving in a careful and competent manner, said Mr Bartholomeusz, and the Audi driver had accepted culpability for the accident and admitted to police officers how much he had drunk that night.

Blood tests showed him to have 138mcg alcohol per 100ml blood – the legal drink driving limit is 80mcg.

The Peugeot driver suffered three broken ribs, fractures to his pelvis and foot, and severe bruising to his heart and lungs, while his wife suffered a bruised lung and bruising to the back of her head.

The driver of the Mondeo is “on the road to recovery”, but in the slow process of learning to walk again after suffering four broken ribs, fractures to his pelvis, forearm, kneecap, and right ankle, and requiring a skin graft from his thigh.

It is unknown whether he will be able to return to his job, also working in a warehouse.

“There is serious aggravation in this case,” said the prosecution.

“Three people were hurt and two were caused serious injury. The defendant was driving with excess alcohol.”

Mitigating, Alexander Stein said that his client had no previous convictions and that it was the consumption of alcohol that made the driving dangerous.

“He is extremely remorseful. He has written a letter to the Rowes and the Greens.

“He is very sorry for what he has done.

“At the time he had only been driving for about a year. If he hadn’t consumed alcohol his case may well have been dealt with by careless driving or dangerous driving.”

“It may be in a case like this with a young man the court can show some leniency and suspend the sentence and impose strict conditions in relation to unpaid work,” he added.

Judge Charles MacDonald, QC, said upon sentencing: “This is a very sad and serious case. Very serious injuries were suffered by two other drivers.

“Both families were heavily affected, and still are affected.

“The defendant will never forget this incident. It is my duty to punish him and deter others.

“There is absolutely no doubt the appropriate punishment can only be achieved by immediate custody.”

He added that it was the impairment of being “significantly intoxicated” that led the man to take the decision to overtake.

“It was grossly unsafe to do so.

“Very serious injuries were suffered by the drivers, happily falling short of life-changing injuries.

“I reject the argument that inexperience contributed to these collisions. They were due to drinking.”

Judge MacDonald sentenced the man to 22 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and one count of drink driving while over the prescribed limit.

He was also banned from driving for three years once released.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Eighteen-Month Ban For Drug Driving Pensioner

A pensioner has been banned from the roads after being caught drug driving at more than six times the legal limit for cocaine, and was found with five grams of the drug in his possession.

Norwich Magistrates heard that police initially pulled him over at 9.45am on May 9, believing his car to not hold a valid MOT.

Wayne Ablett, prosecuting, said: “When he was spoken to, officers thought he appeared to be under the influence of drugs, and at the roadside tested positive for cannabis and cocaine. Also seized was a bag of white powder which was 4.7 grams of cocaine with a street value of just over £200.”

The 68-year-old, who was convicted last February for producing cannabis, was found to be six-and-a-half times the limit for cocaine and also over the limit for cannabis.

James Burrow, speaking in mitigation, told the court that a driving ban would have a “knock-on effect” on the man’s daughter – due to a heart condition and a pacemaker she relied on her father for transport.

Mr Burrows continued: “He is a retired gentleman,”

“In terms of his drug usage, he candidly tells me cannabis is something he has used for the vast part of his adult life, assisting him in more recent years with his joint pains.

“With regard to the cocaine he tells me he was introduced to this drug a few months ago, getting in with the wrong crowd and wrong people who recommended he try it. He tells me the arrest for drug driving was the kick that he needed to move himself away from misusing that drug.”

He described the stop as a”deeply costly experience” for his client, as it turned out he actually did have a valid MOT after all.

In a pre-sentence report presented to the court, the probation service said the man justified his drug driving by saying “everyone does it, but just hasn’t been caught yet”.

They added that he had continued to use cannabis and “had no intention to stop”.

Magistrates banned him from driving for 18 months, imposed a fine of £240 for drug driving, £145 for possession, costs of £85, and a victim surcharge of £80.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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Two-Year Ban For Drink Driving Support Worker

A woman who works with those who have suffered brain injuries – such as those involved in drink driving accidents – has appeared in court after committing the offence herself.

Police were called to the scene of an accident at Deer Leap – between Priddy and Wookey Hole in the Mendips, Somerset – on July 9.

Susan Butler, prosecuting, told the court that officers found a car blocking the road and the woman in the driving seat with the key in the ignition.

“She said she was not the driver of the vehicle and when asked to get out the officer requested a roadside breath test, and although she had three attempts she could not do it,” said Ms Butler.

Warning her of her arrest, the woman was taken to Bridgewater Police Station. Tests conducted there revealed her to have 97mcg alcohol per 100ml breath where the legal limit is 35mcg.

“When she was interviewed she confessed she had driven home when she shouldn’t have and crashed her car adding that she had drunk her last drink about 20 minutes before the collision,” said Miss Butler.

“She said she wasn’t sure how the collision occurred but said she didn’t like driving and didn’t always change the gears correctly.

“She did not realise how much she had had to drink and was angry as she would now probably lose her job.

“She also said she was suffering from depression after her relationship had ended and said that lots of things were going wrong in her home life.”

Hearing from probation officer Joe Harper, the court was told that the defendant had been helping out on the bar at Wookey Hole Social Club, where she had also had a few drinks before driving.

Prior to going there, she had been to her ex-partner’s home to drop off a birthday card for her stepson which upset her,” he explained.

“She knows she was drinking while at the club but cannot remember how much and then took the decision to drive believing she was ok to do so. She cannot remember losing control of her car or how she came to crash into a tree.

“She is very remorseful and fully regrets her actions and feels ashamed of herself as she feels she has let so many people down.”

“She now stands to lose her employment and may also have to lose her house and find alternative accommodation,” he added.

Ray Peters, defending, said that his client’s long-term relationship had ended in January having a devastating effect on her, and she was undergoing treatment for depression.

“On this particular day she went to her former partner’s home to take round a birthday card for her stepson and she decided to go to the club where she was asked to work behind the bar,” he said.

“She finished her work and did consume alcohol and then drove home when the accident occurred on a very narrow, single-track lane and she cannot explain why it happened.

“A disqualification will be a particularly onerous burden for her to carry and I would ask the court to take into account her exemplary character.”

After pleading guilty to drink driving, the woman was banned from driving for two years and ordered to complete 100 hours unpaid work as part of a community order. Magistrates in Somerset also ordered her to pay costs of £85 and a £85 victim surcharge.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

Contact Millars Solicitors

Drink Driver Crashes New Car Four Times, Receives Ban

A 39-year-old man has been banned from driving after being caught drink driving and crashing his new car four times in 100 yards.

The Leicester man was moving his new car to a better parking spot after the seller parked it too far down the road. While attempting to move it 100 yards to nearer his home, at four times the legal limit, he collided with four parked cars.

Prosecuting, Kwok Wan explained: “Police were called at about 6.40pm to a report of a suspected drink driver on Asfordby Street.

“Members of the public had contacted the police saying they were at home when they heard loud bangs.

“When they went outside, they saw a Vauxhall Astra that had collided with four parked vehicles.

“When officers arrived they saw the defendant standing outside his car. They were immediately able to smell alcohol on him.

“They carried out a roadside breath test which was positive at 54 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the legal limit being 35.

“At the station, further tests were taken with the lowest of the two being 143 microgrammes – more than four times the legal limit.
“It would appear the alcohol was still working its way into his system.”

“He said he had bought the car the day before,” continued Mr Wan.

“The man he bought it from parked it.

“He wanted to park it in a different place, a safe place, 100 yards away. He attempted to do that and hit the parked cars.”

According to Mr Wan, the defendant told police he had drunk three miniature vodkas between 10am and 4pm.

Ahmed Khan, mitigating, told Magistrates in Leicester that the man was the sole carer for his elderly grandmother and mother.

Mr Khan said: “What he has done is very stupid indeed.

“He put himself and others at risk but thankfully no-one was injured.

“He would like to apologise to the court and is full of remorse.”

Alison Chick, Chairman of the Bench, said: “This was very foolish.

“This is very high reading and you would have been sent to prison for 12 weeks, but because you are a carer and of previous good character, I will suspend the sentence for one year.”

The man pleaded guilty to charges of drink driving and, in addition to the suspended 12-week sentence, was banned from driving for three years. He must also undertake 100 hours unpaid work, pay £85 prosecution costs and a victim surcharge of £115.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

Contact Millars Solicitors

Jail For Drink Driver Who Drove Miles While Five Times Legal Limit

A man has been jailed after drink driving his car for more than eleven miles over the May Bank Holiday weekend.

The 52-year-old was initially seen near Whitewell-on-the-Hill at 6.20pm and then at Rillington, eleven miles away, at 7.13pm. The second witness, at Rillington, followed the man and guided police officers towards him over the phone, according to prosecutor Julian Tanikal.

The man was so drunk when police caught up to him that they had to help him out of his car.

A subsequent breathalyser test yielded a result of 174mcg alcohol per 100ml breath – the legal limit is 35mcg – a reading described by District Judge Adrian Lower as “exceptionally high”.

Pippa Carruthers, defending, explained that her client had never previously been in trouble with the law. He had recently been told by doctors that he may only have a year to live following a previous diagnosis of cirrhosis of the liver – caused by long-term alcoholism.

Mr Tanikal described to the court how the businessman was seen weaving from side-to-side within his lane.

Mrs Carruthers said that the man, who runs corporate courses and workshops, had abstained from alcohol for some years following his diagnosis.

She went on to explain that he had relapsed having been invited to a 50th birthday reunion. He had started drinking, and then carried on drinking the following day. His plans for transport home fell through, leading him to make the decision to drive.

Judge Lower said: “The A64 is a busy road, a dangerous road where accidents happen all too often.

“Drinking and driving kills people. It kills people every day of the week.

“The law-abiding public expects, quite rightly, the courts to send a strong message to people who drink and drive, particularly at the level you drunk and drove, that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated.”

The man was jailed for 16 weeks after pleading guilty to drink driving and was banned from driving for five years.

About Carl Millar

Carl Millar is a highly respected and experienced drink driving solicitor who is the principal of Millars Solicitors.

Carl has been a specialist in road traffic law for many years and represents clients from all walks of life and all over the Country. He is well known for the dogged defending of his clients and robust cross examination of police officers and exert witnesses.

With a wealth of expertise in motoring law Carl is well placed to provide advice over the phone and deal with all road traffic matters in a calm and professional way.

Getting in contact with Carl and Millars Solicitors is really easy. You can call him FREE on 0800 999 5535 or in an emergency you can call on 07855 806119.

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