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Place: Crawley Magistrates Court

Offence: Failing to Stop, Failing to Report and Driving without a valid Driving Licence

Defence: Mitigation

Millars Solicitors represented Mr M who appeared before Crawley Magistrates Court in relation to the offences of failing to stop, failing to report and driving without a valid driving licence.

Mr M was concerned that he would be disqualified from driving and prohibited from reapplying for his driving licence.

Mr M faced the imposition of 10 penalty points on his driving licence or a disqualification.  The minimum penalty points to be imposed in the circumstances would have been 5 penalty points.  Powerful mitigation was presented and the Court did, indeed, impose the minimum amount of points, which was 5 penalty points in the circumstances.


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