South East Surrey (Redhill) Magistrates Court - Driving without Insurance

Defendant accused of driving without insurance. Not guilty plea entered and case adjourned for special reasons argument.

During the course of the special reasons argument, the defendant stated that she had been misled by her husband into believing that she was insured to drive the vehicle at the material time. Further documentary evidence was produced to support the defence case. 

Special reasons found. The defendant avoided any penalty points being endorsed on her licence. The minimum number of penalty points imposed for no insurance is usually 6.


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