Driving Licence Sanctions Avoided after Frank Driver Conduct Hearing
A self employed driver, represented by Barrister Helen Newbold, avoided receiving any sanctions on his driving licence at a recent driver conduct hearing.
It was alleged that the driver had previously failed to cooperate fully with the DVSA at an interview and failed to attend an earlier Public Inquiry.
After taking detailed instructions, Helen Newbold took the Traffic Commissioner through the circumstances surrounding each instance of apparent non co-operation in detail explaining the difficult situation that the driver had found himself in on each occasion.
After hearing from Helen Newbold the Traffic Commissioner’s decision was that no further action would be taken against the driver.
Case DetailsCase Name: Driving Licence Sanctions Avoided after Frank Driver Conduct Hearing
Case Date: April 2018
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