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    bigsalty85 is offline Member
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    Default Court sentence ---blew 64 and aggravating circumstances - Northern Ireland

    Update

    Was in court today and received the following:

    Carless driving charge dropped

    Drink driving sentence as follows:

    12 months reduced to 9 with drink drive course (which was granted)

    400 with 26 weeks to pay.

    Many thanks for your comments Gutted123NI AND Irrationality.

    Stressful time but I have learned my lesson and will not repeat.


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    Default Re: blew 64 and aggravating circumstances - Northern Ireland

    Glad to hear, you got the best possible outcome.. 9 months seems like a long time but its really not.. 8 weeks until I can apply for my licence again.. One bit of advice, I found it helpful to leave the drink driving course as long as possible away.. It means that your waiting on that start date rather than your date for licence.. I completed my course about 3 weeks ago.. Just make sure you do it within the time allowed by the court..

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    Cheers Gutted123NI,

    Yeah, that is good advice about using the course to break up the ban.

    Just got to have a few things to concentrate on for the first few months until I am into the ban.

    Will be fine and hopefully in a few months you will be back on the road and apart from your wallet being lighter (insurance wise) you can put this behind you.

    Keep us informed about how you get on with the theory and practical tests.

    It always a shame when people do not post until the end of the ban.

    All the best :-)

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