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.

  • Date: 4 November 2015
  • Court: Coatbridge JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone case at Coatbridge JP Court.  Our Client was charged by the police with using a mobile phone while driving.  He position was that he was merely moving the phone from a jacket pocket to the central console.  He may have looked at the screen, but he denied that he was actually using it.  His position was accepted and he was acquitted of the offence.

Mobile Phone case at Coatbridge JP Court
  • Date: 18 March 2015
  • Court: Glasgow JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone Case at Glasgow JP Court. Our client was charged with using a mobile phone whilst driving on the A77 (M77). He denied the charge and claimed that the police had got it wrong. The case was throughly prepared with reference to maps, photographs and detailed calculations in relation to various measurements. The case was ultimately dismissed by the court at the trial diet.

Mobile Phone Case
  • Date: 12 January 2015
  • Court: Hamilton JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone Case at Hamilton JP Court. Mr Sellar represented a driver who was charged with using a mobile phone. The driver accepted that he had the phone in his hand, but his position was that he was simply moving it from his jacket pocket. However, the police gave evidence that that they saw him moving his thumb over the face of the phone suggesting that he was “using” the phone to text. He was found Not Guilty after trial.

Mobile Phone Case
  • Date: 7 October 2014
  • Court: Hamilton JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile phone offence at Hamilton JP Court.  Following representations the prosecution accepted a plea of not guilty and no further proceeding were taken.

Mobile Phone Offence
  • Date: 15 May 2014
  • Court: Glasgow JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone Offence at Glasgow JP Court. The client was on his way to work when he was stopped by the police for using a mobile phone while driving.  He denied the charge.  He was found not guilty after trial.

Mobile Phone Case
  • Date: 9 April 2014
  • Court: Aberdeen JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Using a mobile phone at Aberdeen JP Court. The client was charged with using a mobile phone whilst driving, driving without a licence and without insurance. Due to technicalities in respect of evidential matters we were able to persuade the prosecutor to drop the charges relating to driving with no licence and no insurance. In these circumstances there was no risk to the client’s licence and he pled guilty only to the mobile phone charge. Three penalty points and a small fine were imposed by the court.

Using a Mobile Phone & Insurance Offences
  • Date: 9 April 2014
  • Court: Aberdeen JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Using a mobile phone at Aberdeen JP Court. The client was charged with using a mobile phone whilst driving, driving without a licence and without insurance. Due to technicalities in respect of evidential matters we were able to persuade the prosecutor to drop the charges relating to driving with no licence and no insurance.   In these circumstances there was no risk to our client’s licence and he pled guilty only to the mobile phone charge. 3 points and a small fine were imposed by the court.

Using a mobile phone
  • Date: 12 December 2013
  • Court: Greenock JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone Offence at Greenock JP Court. The client was charged with driving while using a mobile phone. He had 9 live points and was facing disqualification under totting-up procedure.  He denied the offence. At the trial the Crown made a motion to adjourn because they could not proceed without an essential witness. The motion was opposed by the defence and the Court deserted the case.  No further proceedings were taken.

Mobile Phone Offence
  • Date: 4 October 2013
  • Court: Cumbernauld JP Court
  • Offence: Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone offence at Cumbernauld JP Court. With 9 live penalty points on his licence the client was facing disqualification and loss of his job if convicted of using his mobile phone while driving. The court found him Not Guilty after trial.

Mobile Phone offence

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