Church Langley teenager banned after flouting drug-driving sentence
Crime / Sun 5th Dec 2021 pm31 02:12pm
A CHURCH Langley teenager has pled guilty to driving whilst disqualified.
Matthew Roke-Lewis pled at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following.
On April 27th, 2021 at Harlow drove a Volkswagen Polo on Davenport, Church Langley while disqualified from holding or obtain a licence.
Roke-Lewis also pled to having no insurance.
Roke-Lewis must carry out 100 hours of unpaid community work,
He was disqualified from driving for twelve months and fined £200.00.
Roke-Lewis was originally banned for driving under influence of drugs in August 2020. See below.
So he was already disqualified and you've disqualified yet again for ONLY 12 months.... It didn't work the first time, what make you think it will work again! Pitiful sentence.... should have put him in jail!
Good point by Neil but also he has been fined £200?? How much of the tax payers money was spent in the arrest,custody period then duty solicitor now doubt then the court process. What a farce.