Drink Driver Breaks Leg After Falling Off Moped
A man who took his moped for a ride whilst he had been drinking, then fell off and book his leg, a court has heard.
Police were on patrol when the came across the rider, Bartosz Opalinski, sat on the side of the road with his moped lying beside him.
He immediately told police officers that he had been drinking and after he was breathalysed it was discovered that he was 2 and a half times over the drink driving limit.
An ambulance had been called an the breathalyser test was administered whilst it was en route.
Mr Opalinski was taken to Yeovil District Hospital for his broken leg to be treated whereafter he gave a blood test. The result of the blood test showed that he had 204mlg of alcohol in 100ml of blood.
Following his guilty plea to the offence from 15 January 2016, Mr Opalinski was disqualified from driving for 20 months.
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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.
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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 07855 806119.
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