重庆时时彩害死潮汕人

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  DrinkA motorist banned after he drove the wrong way down a one-way street and hit another car has been jailed - after he was spotted driving to COURT. Bungling Jackson Beckett Logan, 33, was seen at the wheel of his car by a magistrate. The tree and soil expert was sentenced to 26 weeks for three offences of driving whilst disqualifed - including his journey to court, the Daily Post reported . Logan, of Camfa’r Lleiniau, Gellilydan, was told by Dolgellau court chairman Elfed ap Gomer he showed callous disregard for the law and for the safety of other road users. The court heard Logan was banned for drink driving on 17 January by Llandudno magistrates. He had driven the wrong way down a one way street and crashed with an oncoming car at a hump

bridge causing the other vehicle to be written-off. Logan left the scene and when contacted by police claimed his car had been stolen. When shown CCTV footage of him getting into the car and driving off, Logan admitted driving whilst disqualified. 重庆时时彩害死潮汕人 Read more : Read MoreRelated ArticlesDrunk driver travels wrong way on dual carriageway and smashes into car - then walks away unharmed On 31 March, Logan pleaded guilty to driving whilst disqualified on 7 February at Glynllifon Street, Blaenau Ffestiniog, driving without

insurance and careless driving. When he went before the magistrates on 31 March, one of the magistrates was certain that he had seen Logan drive to court and reco

gnised him when he was buying a parking ticket outside the court. Magistrates adjourned sentence until today for the police to make further enquiries. Today Logan pleaded guilty to two further charges of driving whilst

disqualified, to the court and away from the court on 31 March and to two charges of driving without insurance. Hywel Davies, defending, said that his client was at a pub in Blaenau Ffestiniog on 7 February and could not get anyone to drive him home. He had four bags of coal in his car and needed the coal to heat his home. Mr Davies said: “He foolishly took a chance to drive home.” Tracey Willingham, prosecuting, said half w

ay through the court hearing on 31 March a magistrate recognised Logan as having driven to court. That hearing was adjourned for a week for further police investigation. Read more : Read MoreRelated ArticlesYoung driver told police It’s not nicked, I’ve just bought it after terrifying 80mph chase Ms Willingham said: “He then drove home from the court and was stopped by police. His behaviour was contemptuous.” The court probation officer said he had two interviews with the defendant when he forgot to mention he had appeared in court

in Llanelli for driving whilst

disqualified. The of

ficer said Logan showed contempt for the law and as a result could not make any recommendations to the cour

t. Logan had been placed on a community order by Llandudno magistrates. He was sentenced to four weeks imprisonment for the first driving when banned on 7 February, 10 weeks imprisonment for driving when banned to the court on 31 March and 12 weeks imprisonment for driving away from the court on 31 March. He was ordered to pay 300, the insurance excess to the owners of the car he crashed into on 7 February.

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