Man drove in Falkirk town centre when banned from roads

A man who drove in Falkirk town centre while banned from the roads has been hit with a lengthier disqualification.

By Herald Reporter
Sunday, 27th June 2021, 4:33 pm
Updated Sunday, 27th June 2021, 4:43 pm

David Morrison, 9 Keith Crescent, Kincardine, was initially disqualified from driving for six months in January.

He then admitted getting behind the wheel in Bank Street – while he was on bail – on May 1.

The 32-year-old appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday alongside defence solicitor Dick Sandeman, who said his client appreciated it was a “foolish thing to do”.

Kincardine resident David Morrison appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court after driving in Bank Street, Falkirk while banned from the roads. Picture: Michael Gillen.

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Mr Sandeman added: “He knows he’s going to be disqualified for a more significant period than he was on the last occasion.”

The court was told Morrison is employed as a joiner and could pay a “large fine”.

He was disqualified for a year and had his licence endorsed.

Morrison was also ordered to carry out 160 hours of unpaid work within 12 months as an alternative to custody.

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