84 charged so far in police drink drive crackdown - see the latest 13 to face court

13 more drink drivers face court - with 84 charged so far in police summer crackdown

13 more drink drivers face court - with 84 charged so far in police summer crackdown

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MORE drink drivers have faced the courts as part of Dorset Police’s summer clampdown.

Working together with the police, the Daily Echo are naming and shaming those who are convicted of the crime. See the names of those revealed so far during the campaign by clicking the links below.

Between 1 June 2014 and 27 July 2014, 84 people have been charged with drink or drug driving-related offences. 

Anyone caught driving while impaired by alcohol or drug use will face a minimum 12 month driving ban, a criminal record, up to six months in prison and a fine of up to £5,000.

If you suspect someone is driving under the influence, call 999 immediately so police can intercept, or call 101 with non-urgent information.

The initiative will continue until July 31.

Bournemouth Echo:

David Brown, 23, of Keswick Road, Bournemouth. He pleaded guilty to driving an Audi A3 in Pauncefote Road, Bournemouth, on June 28 while over the limit (70 microgrammes in 100ml breath). At Bournemouth Magistrates Court on July 14 he was fined £180, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge. He was banned from driving for 17 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Declan Clamp, 20, of Linden Way, Lymington. On June 29 drove a Vauxhall Corsa on the Wessex Way, Bournemouth, while over the limit (76 microgrammes in 100ml breath). Pleaded guilty and appeared at Bournemouth Magistrates Court on July 14 where he was fined £200, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge. He was banned from driving for 17 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Amelia Rose, 28, of St Catherines Road, Bournemouth. On June 27 drove a silver Ford Focus in Harewood Avenue, Bournemouth, while over the limit (67 microgrammes in 100ml breath). Pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Magistrates Court on July 14 and was fined £140, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge. She was banned from driving for 17 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Jade Sharps, 24. On June 27 drove a silver Ford Focus in Moore Avenue, Bournemouth, while over the limit (67 microgrammes in 100ml breath), without valid test certificate and failed to stop after collision with bus stop. Pleaded guilty and appeared at Bournemouth Magistrates Court on July 14 where she was fined £185, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge, and banned from driving for 17 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Bradley Smith, 26, of Carisbrooke Court, New Milton. On June 28 drove a Rover in Lyndhurst Road, Hinton, Christchurch, while over the limit (53 microgrammes in 100ml breath). Pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Magistrates Court on July 14 and was fined £240, with £85 costs and £24 victim surcharge. Banned from driving for 12 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

James Stevens, 21, of Howard Road, Swanage. On June 28 drove a Ford Focus in Commercial Road, Bournemouth, while over the limit (40 microgrammes in 100ml breath). Pleaded guilty and appeared at Bournemouth Magistrates Court on July 14. Fined £250, with £85 costs and £25 victim surcharge. Banned from driving for 12 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Elaine Mulholland, 46, of Oakbury Drive, Weymouth, drove a Peugeot 206 in Preston Road, Weymouth, on June 17 while over the limit (74 microgrammes in 100ml breath). She pleaded guilty at Weymouth Magistrates’ Court on 11 July 2014 and was fined £200, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge. She was banned from driving for 12 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Jacqueline Fell, 56, of The Brambles, Corscombe, Dorchester, drove a Renault Clio in The Square, Broadwindsor, Beaminster, on June 23 while over the limit (88 microgrammes in 100ml breath) and without insurance. She pleaded guilty and appeared before Weymouth Magistrates’ Court on 11 July 2014 where she was fined £300, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge. She was banned from driving for 16 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Patrick Fisher, 43, of Surrey Road, Bournemouth, was charged on 2 July 2014 with driving a Volkswagen Golf in Surrey Road, Bournemouth, while over the limit (88 microgrammes in 100ml breath) and appeared at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on 17 July 2014. He was fined £110, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge, and was banned from driving for 18 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Amber Harvey, 23, of Runton Road, Poole, was charged on July 5 with failing to provide a specimen for analysis and she appeared at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on July 21. She pleaded guilty and was fined £235, with £85 costs and a £23 victim surcharge, and was banned from driving for 14 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Timothy Larrive, 33, of Alexandra Road, Bournemouth, was charged on July 5 with driving a Mazda in Lyndhurst Road, Christchurch, while over the limit (48 microgrammes in 100ml breath) and he pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on July 21. He was fined £350, with £85 costs and a £35 victim surcharge, and was banned from driving for 12 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Robert Walker, 25, of Kinson Road, Bournemouth, was charged on July 5 with driving a Ford Focus in Columbia Road, Bournemouth, while over the limit (67 microgrammes in 100ml breath) and he pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on July 21. He was fined £286, with £85 costs and £28 victim surcharge, and was banned from driving for 18 months.

Bournemouth Echo:

Julie Joyner, 50, of Ash Leah Cottages, Wimborne St Giles, was charged on July 6 with driving a Vauxhall Tigra at Gussage All Saints, Wimborne, while over the limit (41 microgrammes in 100ml breath) and she pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on July 21. She was fined £120, with £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge, and was banned from driving for 12 months.

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6:58am Wed 30 Jul 14

we-shall-see says...

How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?
How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do? we-shall-see
  • Score: 44

7:20am Wed 30 Jul 14

Huey says...

Robert walker's mugshot gave me a right scare.
Only 25 and he looks like that, no wonder he turned to drink.
Robert walker's mugshot gave me a right scare. Only 25 and he looks like that, no wonder he turned to drink. Huey
  • Score: 22

7:35am Wed 30 Jul 14

BIGTONE says...

Some crackers there.
Some crackers there. BIGTONE
  • Score: 21

7:39am Wed 30 Jul 14

coupedeville says...

Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet. coupedeville
  • Score: -74

7:52am Wed 30 Jul 14

Quakers2 says...

13 more people who thought it was worth the risk are now off the road. Great news, less traffic and safer for the rest of us. Well done.
13 more people who thought it was worth the risk are now off the road. Great news, less traffic and safer for the rest of us. Well done. Quakers2
  • Score: 41

7:53am Wed 30 Jul 14

Stereotyped says...

we-shall-see wrote:
How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?
There are a fair few elder people too... The education/campaign is for everyone, not just the 'young' ones.

More shame on the elder people to be honest, should be setting an example.
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?[/p][/quote]There are a fair few elder people too... The education/campaign is for everyone, not just the 'young' ones. More shame on the elder people to be honest, should be setting an example. Stereotyped
  • Score: 15

8:15am Wed 30 Jul 14

Obi wan kenobi Nil says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
Without doubt the most ignorant and ridiculous comment ever posted on this forum !
Please don't subject us again to your clueless immature ranting.
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]Without doubt the most ignorant and ridiculous comment ever posted on this forum ! Please don't subject us again to your clueless immature ranting. Obi wan kenobi Nil
  • Score: 46

8:28am Wed 30 Jul 14

po1ntless says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
You sir are a complete tool!! Maybe you should spend some time with the Police as they visit the victims of drink drivers families to tell them their loved one has been killed by the likes of the above...
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]You sir are a complete tool!! Maybe you should spend some time with the Police as they visit the victims of drink drivers families to tell them their loved one has been killed by the likes of the above... po1ntless
  • Score: 51

8:30am Wed 30 Jul 14

Ginny nz says...

Julie Joiner seems to think this is funny . Put her in a car and let it get hit buy a drunk **** and let's see is she's still laughing !!
Julie Joiner seems to think this is funny . Put her in a car and let it get hit buy a drunk **** and let's see is she's still laughing !! Ginny nz
  • Score: 27

8:36am Wed 30 Jul 14

retry69 says...

we-shall-see wrote:
How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?
I believe you are right,the crushing of cars as a punishment and deterrent would in my opinion work.I among others have suggested it before,drink drivers cars crushed on first offence,mobile phone users cars crushed on second offence etc etc.Somebody came back with the argument what if it is a company car? So what? that would be down to the offender to,sort out with the employer.It is the only way that these type of offences will reduce by taking that sort of hard line.
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?[/p][/quote]I believe you are right,the crushing of cars as a punishment and deterrent would in my opinion work.I among others have suggested it before,drink drivers cars crushed on first offence,mobile phone users cars crushed on second offence etc etc.Somebody came back with the argument what if it is a company car? So what? that would be down to the offender to,sort out with the employer.It is the only way that these type of offences will reduce by taking that sort of hard line. retry69
  • Score: 6

8:47am Wed 30 Jul 14

George Bowling says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
If only the police would spend more time on catching drink drivers, rather than worrying about a wedding car having the wrong sort of horn.
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]If only the police would spend more time on catching drink drivers, rather than worrying about a wedding car having the wrong sort of horn. George Bowling
  • Score: 26

8:51am Wed 30 Jul 14

Hessenford says...

84 drivers caught over the limit since 1st June, less than 2 per day, I wonder how many hundreds more have escaped being caught, with the amount of night clubs in and around Bournemouth I would say this is just the tip of the iceberg, but still its another 84 drunken idiots off the roads.
84 drivers caught over the limit since 1st June, less than 2 per day, I wonder how many hundreds more have escaped being caught, with the amount of night clubs in and around Bournemouth I would say this is just the tip of the iceberg, but still its another 84 drunken idiots off the roads. Hessenford
  • Score: 8

9:37am Wed 30 Jul 14

Hessenford says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
I wouldn't call less than 2 drunk drivers caught per day a war on motorists, I don't agree with the incessant speed camera use, cctv parking cars or council parking attendants but drunken drivers are the scum of the earth and I would like to see them all banned for life and their car scrapped, although I do believe there is a war on motorists for monetary gain your analogy in this case is completely wrong.
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]I wouldn't call less than 2 drunk drivers caught per day a war on motorists, I don't agree with the incessant speed camera use, cctv parking cars or council parking attendants but drunken drivers are the scum of the earth and I would like to see them all banned for life and their car scrapped, although I do believe there is a war on motorists for monetary gain your analogy in this case is completely wrong. Hessenford
  • Score: 8

9:46am Wed 30 Jul 14

Sir Cliff West says...

Surprised to see the Dr from Embarrassing Bodies there.
Surprised to see the Dr from Embarrassing Bodies there. Sir Cliff West
  • Score: -6

10:42am Wed 30 Jul 14

Wackerone says...

The frightening thing is, just how many people are driving around over the limit? These are just the ones that have been caught. Judging by these mugshots, if the Police stop every ugly person on the road, there is a fair chance that they will be over the limit.
The frightening thing is, just how many people are driving around over the limit? These are just the ones that have been caught. Judging by these mugshots, if the Police stop every ugly person on the road, there is a fair chance that they will be over the limit. Wackerone
  • Score: 7

11:09am Wed 30 Jul 14

ol'bag lady says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
..........a shame they can't spend as much time.......... unless of course ..........YOU OR A LOVED ONE ARE INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT caused
by one of these selfish, dangerous people
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]..........a shame they can't spend as much time.......... unless of course ..........YOU OR A LOVED ONE ARE INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT caused by one of these selfish, dangerous people ol'bag lady
  • Score: 9

11:19am Wed 30 Jul 14

Peroni says...

retry69 wrote:
we-shall-see wrote:
How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?
I believe you are right,the crushing of cars as a punishment and deterrent would in my opinion work.I among others have suggested it before,drink drivers cars crushed on first offence,mobile phone users cars crushed on second offence etc etc.Somebody came back with the argument what if it is a company car? So what? that would be down to the offender to,sort out with the employer.It is the only way that these type of offences will reduce by taking that sort of hard line.
Why do you class mobile phone use while driving less of an offence than drink driving ,to get in your mind a car crushed on the second offence ?
My understanding it's been proven to be worse !
There is a couple of 40mg ...... Maybe the next day offence ,very close to the legal limit . Have these people had the offer of a blood test ?
It is wrong yes...... But why blitz the motorist all the time....when areas off the road need blitzing , where robbery ,violence and all other crime is on the rise !
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?[/p][/quote]I believe you are right,the crushing of cars as a punishment and deterrent would in my opinion work.I among others have suggested it before,drink drivers cars crushed on first offence,mobile phone users cars crushed on second offence etc etc.Somebody came back with the argument what if it is a company car? So what? that would be down to the offender to,sort out with the employer.It is the only way that these type of offences will reduce by taking that sort of hard line.[/p][/quote]Why do you class mobile phone use while driving less of an offence than drink driving ,to get in your mind a car crushed on the second offence ? My understanding it's been proven to be worse ! There is a couple of 40mg ...... Maybe the next day offence ,very close to the legal limit . Have these people had the offer of a blood test ? It is wrong yes...... But why blitz the motorist all the time....when areas off the road need blitzing , where robbery ,violence and all other crime is on the rise ! Peroni
  • Score: 0

12:41pm Wed 30 Jul 14

MrPitiful says...

At least the 1st guy looks genuinely remorseful.
At least the 1st guy looks genuinely remorseful. MrPitiful
  • Score: 5

12:48pm Wed 30 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Peroni wrote:
retry69 wrote:
we-shall-see wrote:
How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?
I believe you are right,the crushing of cars as a punishment and deterrent would in my opinion work.I among others have suggested it before,drink drivers cars crushed on first offence,mobile phone users cars crushed on second offence etc etc.Somebody came back with the argument what if it is a company car? So what? that would be down to the offender to,sort out with the employer.It is the only way that these type of offences will reduce by taking that sort of hard line.
Why do you class mobile phone use while driving less of an offence than drink driving ,to get in your mind a car crushed on the second offence ?
My understanding it's been proven to be worse !
There is a couple of 40mg ...... Maybe the next day offence ,very close to the legal limit . Have these people had the offer of a blood test ?
It is wrong yes...... But why blitz the motorist all the time....when areas off the road need blitzing , where robbery ,violence and all other crime is on the rise !
I haven't said mobile phone users while driving is a lesser offence so don't make things up,just because I would give them a second chance is my personal opinion but nice try at putting a spin of what I didn't say
[quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?[/p][/quote]I believe you are right,the crushing of cars as a punishment and deterrent would in my opinion work.I among others have suggested it before,drink drivers cars crushed on first offence,mobile phone users cars crushed on second offence etc etc.Somebody came back with the argument what if it is a company car? So what? that would be down to the offender to,sort out with the employer.It is the only way that these type of offences will reduce by taking that sort of hard line.[/p][/quote]Why do you class mobile phone use while driving less of an offence than drink driving ,to get in your mind a car crushed on the second offence ? My understanding it's been proven to be worse ! There is a couple of 40mg ...... Maybe the next day offence ,very close to the legal limit . Have these people had the offer of a blood test ? It is wrong yes...... But why blitz the motorist all the time....when areas off the road need blitzing , where robbery ,violence and all other crime is on the rise ![/p][/quote]I haven't said mobile phone users while driving is a lesser offence so don't make things up,just because I would give them a second chance is my personal opinion but nice try at putting a spin of what I didn't say retry69
  • Score: -1

12:54pm Wed 30 Jul 14

justme20092009 says...

punisments not harsh enough
punisments not harsh enough justme20092009
  • Score: 3

2:09pm Wed 30 Jul 14

MattGillett says...

Maybe they shouldn't of mentioned when the crack down ends.
Maybe they shouldn't of mentioned when the crack down ends. MattGillett
  • Score: 2

2:57pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Denise Read says...

Abusive while drunk in the pub I believe so her own Fault common occurrence I believe !!
Abusive while drunk in the pub I believe so her own Fault common occurrence I believe !! Denise Read
  • Score: 2

3:11pm Wed 30 Jul 14

bobthedestroyer says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
What the hell are you on!!! This isn't war on the motorist at all. What is quite worrying is your attitude, as I would surmise that you are a drink dirver or at the very least don't see what harm there is in drinking and driving.
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]What the hell are you on!!! This isn't war on the motorist at all. What is quite worrying is your attitude, as I would surmise that you are a drink dirver or at the very least don't see what harm there is in drinking and driving. bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 4

3:15pm Wed 30 Jul 14

bobthedestroyer says...

we-shall-see wrote:
How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?
My thoughts exactly, a lot of youngsters but what can we expect when the consequences are not damaging enough. Should be an automatic £5000 fine or 2000 hrs litter picking, car crushed and banned for driving for 5 years with no mitigating circumstances. Yes, my suggestion is draconian but clearly people are not deterred.

I have lost too many friends through drink driving either themselves being drunk or being hit by drunk drivers.
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: How sad to see so many young faces there. Clearly education about drink driving is not working. Perhaps a mandatory removal and crushing of their cars might help enforce the message that it is just not acceptable to do?[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly, a lot of youngsters but what can we expect when the consequences are not damaging enough. Should be an automatic £5000 fine or 2000 hrs litter picking, car crushed and banned for driving for 5 years with no mitigating circumstances. Yes, my suggestion is draconian but clearly people are not deterred. I have lost too many friends through drink driving either themselves being drunk or being hit by drunk drivers. bobthedestroyer
  • Score: -2

3:38pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Jo__Go says...

Oh dear ... one of them is a (not very close) family member. Dodgy side of the family though. Haven't seen his dad in 25 years.
Oh dear ... one of them is a (not very close) family member. Dodgy side of the family though. Haven't seen his dad in 25 years. Jo__Go
  • Score: 0

4:57pm Wed 30 Jul 14

chucky251 says...

ban everyone caught for a year.

They wont do it again
ban everyone caught for a year. They wont do it again chucky251
  • Score: -1

5:53pm Wed 30 Jul 14

mableone says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
"Moron"deville
So you condone drink driving and don't mind a knock on the door by a police officer informing you that a loved one has been killed by a drunken driver, you excuse for humanity.
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]"Moron"deville So you condone drink driving and don't mind a knock on the door by a police officer informing you that a loved one has been killed by a drunken driver, you excuse for humanity. mableone
  • Score: 0

6:31pm Wed 30 Jul 14

scrumpyjack says...

chucky251 wrote:
ban everyone caught for a year.

They wont do it again
?? They pretty much do and it is usually for more than a year.

Or were you being sarcastic?
[quote][p][bold]chucky251[/bold] wrote: ban everyone caught for a year. They wont do it again[/p][/quote]?? They pretty much do and it is usually for more than a year. Or were you being sarcastic? scrumpyjack
  • Score: -2

6:44pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Boganish says...

Shame , not only do these poor people lose money and their licence , The have to endure public humiliation of a photo in the paper and a kangaroo court from the echo comments section
Shame , not only do these poor people lose money and their licence , The have to endure public humiliation of a photo in the paper and a kangaroo court from the echo comments section Boganish
  • Score: 0

7:56pm Wed 30 Jul 14

ragj195 says...

Boganish wrote:
Shame , not only do these poor people lose money and their licence , The have to endure public humiliation of a photo in the paper and a kangaroo court from the echo comments section
They've been found guilty idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Boganish[/bold] wrote: Shame , not only do these poor people lose money and their licence , The have to endure public humiliation of a photo in the paper and a kangaroo court from the echo comments section[/p][/quote]They've been found guilty idiot. ragj195
  • Score: 0

10:30pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Yankee1 says...

I wonder how many making comments here have ever - ever - driven when they may - just may - have been over the legal limit? I suggest the percentage would be quite high (sic).

In any event, fines and license restrictions are all fine (sic) and good, but the real punishment will come when an insurer will not insure them without a huge penalty surcharge.

Money talks. Or deprivation thereof.
I wonder how many making comments here have ever - ever - driven when they may - just may - have been over the legal limit? I suggest the percentage would be quite high (sic). In any event, fines and license restrictions are all fine (sic) and good, but the real punishment will come when an insurer will not insure them without a huge penalty surcharge. Money talks. Or deprivation thereof. Yankee1
  • Score: 2

9:48am Thu 31 Jul 14

scrumpyjack says...

Yankee1 wrote:
I wonder how many making comments here have ever - ever - driven when they may - just may - have been over the legal limit? I suggest the percentage would be quite high (sic).

In any event, fines and license restrictions are all fine (sic) and good, but the real punishment will come when an insurer will not insure them without a huge penalty surcharge.

Money talks. Or deprivation thereof.
Look up the meaning of (sic).
[quote][p][bold]Yankee1[/bold] wrote: I wonder how many making comments here have ever - ever - driven when they may - just may - have been over the legal limit? I suggest the percentage would be quite high (sic). In any event, fines and license restrictions are all fine (sic) and good, but the real punishment will come when an insurer will not insure them without a huge penalty surcharge. Money talks. Or deprivation thereof.[/p][/quote]Look up the meaning of (sic). scrumpyjack
  • Score: 1

8:43pm Wed 6 Aug 14

News Fanatic says...

coupedeville wrote:
Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.
Digusting as paedos are, drink-drivers can kill.
[quote][p][bold]coupedeville[/bold] wrote: Another example of the absolute war on motorists by the Police. Just a shame they can't spend as much time chasing pedophiles as they do motorists , you unless of course you are an MP, in which case they will just sweep it all under the carpet.[/p][/quote]Digusting as paedos are, drink-drivers can kill. News Fanatic
  • Score: -1

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