Drink Driving case at Perth Sheriff Court. We were not initially involved at the beginning of this case. The client had appeared from custody at court and pled guilty to drink driving with a very high reading of 136 microgrammes of alcohol in his breath. The limit is 22 microgrammes! To make matters worse he had one previous conviction for drink driving. Sentence was put back for reports and he was facing a prison sentence. He then called us for help to avoid a prison sentence. We were able to establish that he had consumed a quantity of alcohol after driving and that the reading to which he had pled guilty was misleading. The client avoided a prison sentence and was delighted with the outcome.
Dominic Sellar has appeared in thousands of cases. What follows is a selection of cases that reflects his experience in the area of road traffic law. Although personal details have been omitted each case is verifiable. Most of the cases arose during Dominic Sellar’s employment with another firm.
- Dangerous Driving
- Failing to Stop & Report
- Careless Driving
- Failure to Provide Driver Details
- Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP)
- Mobile Phone
- Driving whilst Disqualified
- Driving without Insurance
- Removal of Disqualification
- Drink Driving
- Penalty Points & Totting-Up
- Failing to Provide Specimens
- Exceptional Hardship
- Drunk in Charge
- Special Reasons
- Drug Driving
- New Drivers
- Traffic Lights
- Vehicle Defects
- HGV Drivers & Operators
Drink Driving case at Airdrie Sheriff Court. The client had appeared from custody and pled guilty to his third drink driving offence. The Court was considering a prison sentence and deferred sentence for background reports. The client called us to represent him at court. His main concern was avoiding a custodial sentence. Following our representations at court he avoided a prison sentence.
Drink Driving Charge at Edinburgh Sheriff Court. Our client was charged with drink driving, failing to provide at the roadside and failing to identify the driver. This was his forth drink related offence and a prison sentence was very likely.
Following our advice our client pled guilty to one of the three charges. Although he was disqualified he avoided a prison sentence which was his main concern.
Drink Driving at Dumfries Sheriff Court. The client was charged with driving while twice over the limit. He also had a previous conviction for drink driving. In these circumstances he was fortunate to receive the minimum period of disqualification of 12 months. That period was also further reduced to 9 months on completion of the drink drivers rehabilitation scheme
Drink Driving Offence at Airdrie Sheriff Court. The client was charged with drink driving. This was a case in which the defence was based on technical issues relating police procedures. The case also concerned driving under the influence of alcohol in circumstances where the driver was escaping the threat of violence. The client was found not guilty during the trial due to a technicality concerning a blood sample which had been provided.
Drink Driving Offence at Paisley Sheriff. The client was charged with drink driving and his licence and job were at risk. This was a case in which the client had provided a specimen of blood. Among other things Dominic Sellar focused the case on police procedure. After hearing evidence over two days the Sheriff found the client Not Guilty.
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