driving offences - zoe nash

hi there im new to all this. i was hoping for a bit of advice my ex partner got done for drink driving no licence no insurance and being the fool he is 2 months later took my car and is being done for twoccing drink driving with no insurance and no licence he thinks he will not get sent to prison does anyone no what the charges maybe.

thank you

Edited by zoe nash on 05/01/2017 at 22:57

driving offences - RT

He needs proper legal advice - since the previous penalties obviously didn't have the desired effect, prison looks the only alternative.

driving offences - RobJP

It very much depends on the judge on the day. A repeat offender, who seems to have taken no notice of his previous punishment, and not learnt a thing, I'd imagine there's a fairly high chance of him getting sent down.

driving offences - SLO76
Almost guaranteed a custodial sentence and as far as I'm concerned he should be put away for life. Idiots like this kill people, kids and families in Britain on a daily basis and shouldn't see the light of day.
driving offences - skidpan
Almost guaranteed a custodial sentence and as far as I'm concerned he should be put away for life. Idiots like this kill people, kids and families in Britain on a daily basis and shouldn't see the light of day.

Cruel but fair. In the wrong hands a car is a deadly weapon and theirs are clearly the wrong hands.

driving offences - SLO76
"Cruel but fair. In the wrong hands a car is a deadly weapon and theirs are clearly the wrong hands."

Costs me money too skidpan, main reason why hiararchy and junior have a big SUV to galavant around in and I hate spending money on motors much as I love em.
driving offences - Cris_on_the_gas

For everyones sake let hope he gets the appropriate punishment. Of course he needs professional legal help to compile his defence.

Let's hope that he has now learned his lesson and doesn't need to be told for the 3rd time this is wrong. Most people know this is wrong without being told.

The important question is not will he get banged up but what does it take to make sure he doesn't do it again.

driving offences - FP

Actually, for me the important question is why the OP is so worried about this dubious character with serious moral and legal issues - someone who is supposedly her ex.

I don't wish to be insensitive here and I of all people now how complicated relationships can be, but this latest situation involving a feckless individual might provide an opportunity for some serious reflection.

driving offences - Dwight Van Driver

Probable offences

incident 1.

Drink drive

NO drive licence

No insurance (if never held licence)

Incident 2

TWOC

No insurance

No d/licence

Drink drive

I think if you ask he may well have bail/charge sheets with everything listed

Outcome: Jail

dvd

driving offences - concrete

Succinctly put DVD. From local news about recent cases I would put money on a prison sentance. A valid point already made is: will he learn from the punishment? Who knows? But in all reality he should not be allowed to drive freely again for a very long time, if at all. However, if he is a miscreant he will of course ignore the law. Pity. My sympathies are with people like SLO76 who have actually suffered at the hands of people like this.

Cheers Concrete

driving offences - SLO76
My wallet will never recover Concrete...
driving offences - Bromptonaut

Actually, for me the important question is why the OP is so worried about this dubious character with serious moral and legal issues - someone who is supposedly her ex.

I don't wish to be insensitive here and I of all people now how complicated relationships can be, but this latest situation involving a feckless individual might provide an opportunity for some serious reflection.

You may not have met your wish!!

We've no idea of the OP's relationship with her ex and quite reasonably, she gives us no clues. I suspect though his problems owe more to drink then driving.

If we assume they're just a couple he may be, sober, charming and everything she wants/needs. Not surprising, even if he's a different person pickled, that she allows him a bit of latitude.

Add kids into equation so she's explaining to them why Daddy is in Prison and coping with loss of maintenance and support he offers outsdide and sober it's not really that surprising that even 'serious reflection' doesn't supply answers.

driving offences - gordonbennet

The man has a serious problem, as Bromp mentions when sober he might be a decent stick, but some people really shouldn't drink at all because once they've had one drink they will not stop guzzling till they've turned from Jekyll into Hyde.

It doesn't take a genius to realise the man is alcoholic, and yes i have some experience of this from a previous life i was glad ended (no not me i barely touch the stuff), but like many alcies does/will not accept what they are.

driving offences - galileo

We've no idea of the OP's relationship with her ex and quite reasonably, she gives us no clues. I suspect though his problems owe more to drink then driving.

If we assume they're just a couple he may be, sober, charming and everything she wants/needs. Not surprising, even if he's a different person pickled, that she allows him a bit of latitude.

Add kids into equation so she's explaining to them why Daddy is in Prison and coping with loss of maintenance and support he offers outsdide and sober it's not really that surprising that even 'serious reflection' doesn't supply answers.

Bromp, you have suggested a probable reason why she is concerned, if this is the case she has my sympathy (kids + divorce is never ideal, I know this only too well).

What I often wonder is why so many ladies make the commitment to have children with someone who has these issues. Maybe it is the belief that given time they can somehow change them into a better person?

driving offences - RT

We've no idea of the OP's relationship with her ex and quite reasonably, she gives us no clues. I suspect though his problems owe more to drink then driving.

If we assume they're just a couple he may be, sober, charming and everything she wants/needs. Not surprising, even if he's a different person pickled, that she allows him a bit of latitude.

Add kids into equation so she's explaining to them why Daddy is in Prison and coping with loss of maintenance and support he offers outsdide and sober it's not really that surprising that even 'serious reflection' doesn't supply answers.

Bromp, you have suggested a probable reason why she is concerned, if this is the case she has my sympathy (kids + divorce is never ideal, I know this only too well).

What I often wonder is why so many ladies make the commitment to have children with someone who has these issues. Maybe it is the belief that given time they can somehow change them into a better person?

"Love" can cloud all sorts of issues, both ways round.

driving offences - Middleman

An immediate custodial sentence is a distinct possibility.

Presumably along with the latest clutch of offences is driving whilst disqualified. He would hve received a minimum of twelve months disqualificationfor the first offence. What is the breath (or blood or urine) reading for the latest Excess Alcohol offence?

 

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