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Whittle -v- Kirby; 1946

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Whittle -v- Kirby; 1946

Postby dls » Sat Aug 15, 2015 5:59 am

References: [1946] 2 All ER 252
A special reason for not disqualifying a driver is one which is special to the facts of the case and not personal to the offender.
This case is cited by:
    - Cited - Director of Public Prosecutions -v- Bristow QBD (Times 28-Oct-96, [1998] RTR 100)
    The prosecutor appealed against the decision of the magistrates, having found the defendant guilty of driving with excess alcohol, then not to disqualify him, finding special reasons for so doing. He had gone in answer to a call that a child niece . .
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