Short Suspension for Making a False Record
Having represented this HGV driver at the Magistrates’ Court in respect of one count of knowingly making a false record, barrister Helen Newbold was asked to represent him again at his driver conduct hearing. Helen took the driver through his evidence so the Deputy Traffic Commissioner could understand fully the circumstances of the incident. Mitigating on his behalf Helen was able to persuade the Deputy Traffic Commissioner to use his discretion with regard to sanctions and as a result the driver recent a 7 day suspension.
Case DetailsCase Name: Short Suspension for Making a False Record
Case Date: November 2018
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