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A 31-year-old woman was imprisoned for eight months this week after being caught driving while five times over the legal limit. According to the Daily Record, it was the third time that Louise Seatter had been caught drink driving....
Scottish police forces have carried out a day of action to target drivers who use mobile phones whilst driving....
If you have been charged with a drink driving offence then it is likely that you will have been released from police custody on the bail undertaking procedure. A court date will be specified on the form and the hearing usually takes place within two to three weeks of the alleged offence. Our drink driving defence solicitors at The Glasgow Law Practice can assist.
The message to motorists about the dangers of driving whilst under the influence of drink or drugs does not appear to be getting through, according to the latest figures.
Motorists are being warned to insure their vehicles ahead of a new crackdown to tackle the menace of uninsured driving. Under the new Continuous Insurance Enforcement law – which will affect all motorists from 20th June – it is an offence to keep an uninsured vehicle, rather than just to drive when uninsured.
Plans to improve road safety education while taking tough action against the small minority of dangerous drivers have been set out by Transport Secretary Philip Hammond.
Our road traffic lawyers at The Glasgow Law Practice anticipate that we will see the usual seasonal increase in Drink Driving cases .