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Three Year Ban For Drug Driving Teen Caught Twice After Passing Test

A teenager has been banned from driving for three years after being caught drug driving twice in as many months, with the first just days after he passed his driving test.

A police officer spotted the 19-year-old driving his Renault Clio “erratically” in Cambridge on August 9.

Following the defendant as he drove home, the officer finally pulled him over and said that on opening the driver’s side door it “smelt strongly of cannabis”.

The teenager failed a roadside drug test and police took him to Parkside police station for blood tests which showed him to have 6.8mcg cannabis per litre of blood. The legal limit for drug driving is 2mcg.

After he was released pending further enquiries, police then spotted him again a few weeks later on October 14. One of the officers recognised his vehicle as one he had seen driving erratically the previous night but had been unable to pursue him at the time.

Once again, the court heard that the defendant was stopped and officers could again smell cannabis as soon as the door was opened.

The young man failed another roadside drugs test but refused to provide a specimen for analysis.

PC Edd Davidson Smith said: “This case highlights that, unfortunately, there are still people who think it is acceptable to drive under the influence of drugs.

“Those who do so risk not only their own lives but also those of any passengers and other road users.

“Driving while under the influence of either drugs or alcohol brings a much higher risk of a serious collision.”

The defendant pleaded guilty to drug driving and failing to provide a specimen for analysis. Magistrates ordered him to undertake 100 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12-month community order as well as ordering him to pay £170 costs. He was also banned from driving for three years.

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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.

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Drug Driver In 100mph Chase Jailed

Leeds Crown Court has jailed a man for six months after he led police officers on a chase through Dewsbury at speeds of up to 100mph while driving under the influence of drugs.

The defendant, who was travelling with two passengers, was originally spotted by police as he changed direction while pulling out of a pub car park.

Officers attempted to pull him over and while he initially complied, he sped off as officers approached the vehicle.

Police pursued him at speeds of up to 100mph along Bradford Road towards Dewsbury but were forced to abandon the chase as he entered the town centre as a public safety precaution.

Shortly thereafter the man lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a lamppost.

With no injuries, the driver and his passengers fled the scene on foot, with police arresting the driver at Dewsbury railway station where he was found to be over the drug driving limit both for cannabis and cocaine.

Anastasis Tassou, mitigating, said the actions were out of character for his client, a bricklayer, and were the result of his being made redundant earlier that day.

The man entered guilty pleas to three counts of drug driving, dangerous driving, and driving without insurance. He was sentenced to six months in prison.

Recorder Ian Harris told the man: “You put the public at risk, in my judgement substantial risk, of serious harm, perhaps even worse.

“Motor vehicles in the hands of drugged drivers are dangerous. The need for a deterrent and punitive sentence outweighs personal mitigation.”

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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.

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Ban For Drug Driver Caught Twice In Five Weeks

A Newcastle man caught drug driving twice in just over a month has been banned from the roads at North Tyneside Magistrates Court.

Police first pulled the man over on the A1 Northbound in Newcastle on February 4, said Lorna Rimell for the prosecution. He was found to be over the drug driving limit for cocaine and sentenced earlier this month.

He was then stopped again in the city’s Quayside area on March 12 while awaiting charges for his first offence.

Ms Rimell said that at around 2.20am: “Officers stopped the vehicle. They requested a specimen of saliva for drugs screening, which showed positive for cocaine.

“A blood sample was later taken, which gave a reading of 32 microgrammes of cocaine. The legal limit is 10.

The defendant has got a previous conviction for drug driving from February 4, so, I believe this case will carry the minimum three-year ban.”

John Williams, defending, told the court that the defendant had entered a guilty plea at the earliest opportunity, also saying: “It’s unfortunate that the court didn’t know about this offence when they dealt with the last drug driving offence and they could have been dealt with together.

“I don’t think there’s any factors that increase the seriousness.”

Having pleaded guilty to drug driving, Magistrates banned him from driving for three years as well as imposing fines of £250 plus to pay £85 costs and a £30 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.

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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.

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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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Drink Driver Loses Licence and Dream Career

A 28-year-old man has lost his chance at pursuing his dream job of becoming a firefighter after being convicted of drink driving and receiving an 18-month ban.

Magistrates in Burnley heard that the company director crashed while drink driving and had to be cut from the wreckage of his car by the very service he wished to join.

The accident occurred at around 2am on Saturday 15th April outside the Anchor Inn, Salterforth, and the man was rushed to hospital in Preston, thought to have suffered life-threatening injuries.

Blood tests revealed him to have 170mg alcohol per 100ml blood. The legal limit is 80mg. He suffered a broken jaw and a broken eye socket.

Speaking for the prosecution, Carl Gaffney explained that the defendant had expressed his shame and remorse in a letter to the court as he entered his guilty plea.

“He is shocked by his behaviour and he fully takes on board the seriousness of what he has done. The consequences of this will prove a real challenge in the future.”

Selina Akhtar, mitigating, said that her client, with no previous convictions, had been out drinking and watching the Grand National with friends.

He had originally intended to walk home, but for some reason instead decided to drive.

“Thankfully it was a quiet time of night,” she said, adding: “It could have been a lot worse.”

Ms Akhtar also added that her client had wanted to become a fireman, but his conviction for drink driving would prevent him from doing so, thus causing him a great deal of upset.

“He has not had a drink of alcohol since this incident,” she said.

After pleading guilty to driving without due care and attention and driving with excess alcohol, Magistrates banned the man from driving for 18 months, fined him £368 and ordered him to pay £85 costs.

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 Who Failed To Provide Specimen Gets Heavy Fine And Ban

A man suspected of drug driving has been fined over £3,000 and banned from the roads for more than two years after failing to provide a specimen.

The motorist drove through a police roadblock and was initially arrested on suspicion of being unfit to drive through drugs.

The 49-year-old from Staithes pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen for analysis, and Magistrates fined him £3,500 in addition to his 29-month ban, as well as ordering costs and charges totalling £255.

Traffic Sergeant Andy Morton said: “We’re seeing an increase in the number of people who fail to provide a specimen after they’ve been arrested on suspicion of drink or drug driving.

“It’s possible that some drivers think that behaving like this will somehow give them a ‘get out of jail free’ card.

“But both the police and the courts take a dim view of people who fail to provide.

“In this case, magistrates have imposed a very significant fine and a lengthy driving ban, which should serve as a very stark warning to other motorists.

“If you’re arrested on suspicion of drink or drug driving, refusing to co-operate only makes things worse in the long run.”

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 Caught Using Mobile Phone At The Wheel

A man has been convicted of drug driving by Kirklees Magistrates after he was caught driving while using his mobile phone.

Police officers saw the motorist using his phone on February 20 in Dewsbury and pulled him over before noticing the smell of cannabis coming from his Audi.

Andy Willis told the court for the prosecution: “He initially caught the attention of police because he was using his mobile at the time.

“The defendant was invited into the back of the police vehicle and while speaking to him they could smell cannabis coming from him.”

The man was arrested and taken to Huddersfield Police Station after a roadside drug swipe showed the presence of the class B drug in his system.

Subsequent blood tests showed the driver, who appeared in court in 2016 on possession charges, to have more than 7mcg D9-THC – the active ingredient in cannabis – in his system. The legal limit is 2mcg.

Daniel Metcalfe, mitigating, explained that his client had been driving to see his daughter who was unwell.

“He had smoked cannabis in the morning and made the decision to drive the vehicle not feeling that he was impaired.

“The reason police were drawn to him was because he was fiddling with his mobile phone and not due to a poor standard of driving.”

The man pleaded guilty to drug driving and was banned from the roads for 12 months, fined £120, and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £30 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.

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Drug Driver Loses License And Job After Conviction

A motorist has lost his driving license and his job after being convicted of drug driving at Chesterfield Magistrates Court – because he was stopped for having a broken light.

Officers stopped the 28-year-old man in Alfreton because of a defective light and, they suspected, he was driving without insurance.

Prosecuting, Sarah Haslam told the court: “He had joined the A38 northbound carriageway in Alfreton on March 13 in a VW Golf.

“There was a defective light and an error showed he had no insurance but it was later established there was insurance but after police stopped him they suspected he was under the influence of drugs.

“He failed a roadside test and gave a blood sample at the police station of 3.3mcg of cannabis in blood and the legal limit is 2mcg. So he was just over one-and-half times the legal limit.”

Defending the driver, John Wilford said: “It’s a lesson for him because it will have a great effect on him.”

“He accepts smoking cannabis and the only reason he does so is for a back problem.

“He had smoked in the early hours and did not realise it would still be in his system.”

Mr Wilford went on to explain that his client will lose his job as a heating engineer in anticipation of a driving ban.

“He’s very remorseful about what occurred and he understands what he has done is wrong and he’s got to take the consequences and make the most of the period he is to be disqualified for.”

After the man pleaded guilty to drug driving, Judge Andrew Davison described it as a sad incident, knowing the man would lose his employment.

Judge Davison banned the man from driving for 12 months and fined him £200 plus £85 costs and a £30 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.

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Three Year Road Ban For Two Drug Driving Repeat Offenders

Suffolk Magistrates have heard the cases of two men caught drug driving in separate incidents during the anti-drink and drug driving campaign in the county in December 2017.

Both men had previous convictions for drink driving or drug driving within the last ten years and faced an automatic three-year driving ban.

Colin Woodman, 30, was apprehended after police received a tip-off from a member of the public. Testing showed him to be 14 times the legal limit for the horse tranquiliser ketamine, with 276mcg of the drug per litre of blood. The legal limit is 20mcg.

He was last in court on drug driving charges in December 2011.

Woodman said: “I never intended to come back here.

“I had a problem with ketamine use, which I had taken care of, but I used it again on this occasion.

“I didn’t use it in an abusive way, or for an addiction, and I hadn’t taken drugs in three months, but I stayed at a friend’s house and took it the night before being stopped.

“I wish it hadn’t happened.

“I don’t think my driving was impaired at the time – or that I was stopped for that reason.

“I was surprised to find out I was that far over the limit, but the facts are the facts.”

The second case before Suffolk magistrates was that of Edmund Gilbert who was pulled over during the same campaign. He was found to be under the influence of cannabis with 7.8mcg D9-THC in his system against the legal limit of 2mcg. He was also caught in possession of eight grams of the drug.

Representing Gilbert, Claire Lockwood said that her client, a tree surgeon, used the drug to self-medicate his depression. He understood, however, that he had committed an offence.

Gilbert was last in court in 2016 where he received a ban for drink driving.

Both men pleaded guilty to drug driving charges and were banned from driving for 36 months.

Additionally, Woodman received a fine of £200 and was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £30 victim surcharge. Gilbert was fined £230 for drug driving, £50 for possession of the drug, and was also ordered to pay costs and the victim surcharge.

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Jail For Mobile Phone Driver Following Fatality

A 42-year-old former HGV driver, who was sacked from his job because he was caught using his mobile phone while driving, now faces jail after being found guilty of killing a pedestrian because he was again distracted by his mobile phone.

Robert Morris, 57, was crossing the road after a few drinks in his local with his brothers when Steven Russell ploughed into him. He died three days later in hospital.

Prosecuting, Cathlyn Orchard told the court: “The defendant later told the police he had seen Mr Morris as he traversed the two lanes on the opposite carriageway and running on to the grass verge before crossing on to his side of the carriageway.

“The defendant could and should have taken action to avoid Mr Morris. The only explanation is that he was not paying attention, that he had been distracted in some way.”

Having seized Russell’s phone, detectives discovered messages indicating that the phone “had been active around the time of the accident”.

Russell collided with Mr Morris with such force that he was thrown into the air, landing behind the vehicle.

He was rushed to University Hospital with “multiple and severe injuries” after Russell stopped and dialled 999.

Miss Orchard said that a text message was sent from Russell’s mobile phone two minutes and 40 seconds before calling emergency services, and a response was received 36 seconds prior to the call.

During his police interview, Russell told officers that he did not use his phone to send messages while driving, but on this occasion had sent one while being stopped at a red light before putting his phone away.

“Are you forgetting the other time when you were using a phone at the wheel? Were you driving while filming?” said Miss Orchard.

“You were using a phone to record an accident, which you then loaded on to social media. You did this all the time while driving a lorry.”

Russell responded: “Do you seriously think I intended to do this? I had no intention of hitting that poor man and destroying two lives.

“I strongly resent it being suggested I hit that man deliberately. It was a freak accident. Two lives and two families were destroyed that night.”

The jury found Russell guilty of causing death by dangerous driving. Judge Andrew Lockhart remanded him in custody pending a sentencing hearing, indicating that he would be remaining in prison for some time.

AND IN DRINK DRIVING NEWS

Ban For Drink Driver After Wife Reports Him

A Yeovil man caught drink driving at twice the drink driving limit following an argument with his wife about her affair has been banned from driving for 20 months.

Maciej Zukowski, 24, went out for cigarettes and, despite having been drinking, decided to drive.

Several members of the public, including his wife, rang the police with concerns about his driving. Zukowski was spotted by officers on patrol in Yeovil who pulled him over and breathalysed him, having followed him for a few minutes.

Emma Lenanton, prosecuting, told Yeovil Magistrates court: “They had received information during the evening in relation to the manner of driving of that car which had caused a number of members of the public concern.

“They followed it along Wyndham Street, Sherborne Road and St Michaels Avenue and then lit their blue lights and it pulled over in Matthews Road.

“Zukowski was the driver and he smelt of alcohol so the police asked for a roadside breath test to be completed which he failed and was arrested.”

Subsequent tests showed him to have 84mcg alcohol per 100ml breath, more than twice the legal drink driving limit of 35mcg.

Zukowski, who chose to represent himself, explained that he had been going through a difficult time with his family and had also had a serious argument with his wife that night.

“I found out that she had been with my friend and that was why we argued, however, our son was asleep and I didn’t want to continue the argument with her and that’s why I was very upset,” he said.

“I didn’t have any cigarettes and so decided to go into town and get some and that was when my wife reported me to the police.”

“I felt alert and didn’t feel under the influence of alcohol, and if I had known I was drunk then I wouldn’t have got behind the wheel. I also had not eaten anything that day which may have led to the high reading.”

Zukowski pleaded guilty to drink driving and was banned from the roads for 20 months, fined £288 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £30 victim surcharge.

AND IN MORE DRINK DRIVING NEWS

Jail For Jersey Drink Driver Who Didn’t Remember Driving

A Jersey Magistrate has jailed a 53-year-old man who had “the highest reading I have ever had to sentence on” after he was caught driving at five times the legal drink driving limit.

Gabriel Eugenio Clemente Estevas was so drunk he did not remember picking up a colleague at 7am or driving him around the town centre. He also injured a pedestrian after crashing into a barrier.

Lauren Hallem, prosecuting, explained that Estevas crashed the van into a barrier which was connected to another, which in turn shunted the pedestrian beside it. “The pedestrian did not fall over, but was in pain,” she said.

Estevas’s passenger got out the van to check on the pedestrian, but Estevas himself did not, and was seen slumped over the steering wheel. At this point, the pedestrian called the police.

As the police were called Estevas drove off, running through a red light, witnessed by an off-duty police officer. He was also seen starting and stopping the car and drifting between lanes, while his behaviour on a roundabout was described as “strange and unpredictable”.

A police sergeant finally arrested him after witnessing the van remain stationery through a full cycle of traffic lights from red to green and back again. The officer reached in through the window and took the keys.

Subsequent testing showed that Estevas had 175mcg alcohol per 100ml breath, where the legal limit is 35mcg. He also had a drink driving conviction from 2004 where he was found to have 133mcg alcohol per 100ml breath.

Assistant Magistrate Peter Harris said: “In my view, the question of public safety must take priority over personal circumstances. As this is his second band D offence [drink-driving] in four years, I cannot avoid a custodial sentence.

“I think it is safe to say that this is the highest reading I have ever had to sentence on and is exactly five times the legal limit.”

Estevas was jailed for nine months after pleading guilty to drink driving, careless driving, failing to stop and report an accident, and failing to comply with a traffic signal. He was also banned from the roads for 54 months and must retake his test before driving again.

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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