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Boston MC – R v KH

The client was prosecuted for failing to provide (vehicle driver). The issues in the case were the failure by the police to arrange a social worker which was a legal requirement due to the client’s vulnerable state, disproportionate force by the police on arrest and there was no evidence of driving. At the first hearing Laura Heywood (gold panel lawyer) persuaded the prosecution to accept a guilty plea to failing to provide (in charge) which carries 10 penalty points or discretionary ban. The client already had 9 penalty points so to avoid a 6 month ban under the totting up procedure the Court was persuaded instead to impose a short ban of 6 weeks.

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