Danny Cipriani Guilty Of Drink Driving
England rugby star Danny Cipriani has today (24/6/2016) been found guilty of drink driving at Westminster magistrates’ Court.
When breathalysed back in June 2015, the Wasps fly half gave a reading of 67mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
The drink driving trial for Cipriani has been a protracted one with his Barrister making an application to have the case dismissed over lack of evidence from the prosecution. The argument was predicated on the issue evidence in relation to the police station breathalyser working properly.
In delivering the verdict, Cipriani heard from Judge Riddle, who stated: “I am satisfied so that I am sure that the breathalyser test machine was working properly, gave a correct reading, and on that basis the verdict is guilty.”
Cipriani’s solicitors have announced that they would appeal the verdict.
Cipriani was sentenced to an 18 month driving ban, a £4,500 fine and was ordered to pay some £3,120 in costs.
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Caught Drink Driving is part of Millars Solicitors who are a specialist firm of road traffic and drink driving solicitors who represent motorists all over the country.
Formed by Carl Millar, Millars Solicitors has adopted his dogged tenacity and exacting technical understanding of motoring law. Before starting Millars Solicitors, Carl was employed as the head of department for some of the most high profile motoring law firms in the country. He is a member of the Society of Motoring Lawyers and has an enviable nationwide reputation for the results he gets for his clients.
Through representing a wide range of people you will find Carl and his team very approachable and never judgemental. Their advice is straightforward and will leave no stone unturned in pursuing all available defences in presenting your case.
If you have been caught drink driving you can contact Carl today on 0800 99 5535 or your can send a confidential email by clicking here. If you need to speak to a drink driving solicitor out of office hours than please call the 24 hour emergency line on 07732 054827.
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