Drink drivers court out

JASON John Scott pleaded guilty to drink driving (0.134) after he was caught on Kariboe Street.

He was convicted, fined $1000 and disqualified for seven months.

Maxwell Gregory Baker, on Friday, February 13,was caught with a reading of 0.107 on the Dawson Highway at Moura.

Despite one previous offence, Baker's lawyer Anna Radel argued a long disqualification would jeopardise her client's job.

Baker was convicted, fined $500 and disqualified for three months.

Jamie Lee Shorten successfully applied for a work licence after police caught him with a reading of 0.07 on Valentine Plains Road on November 26.

He was convicted, fined $475 and disqualified for six months.

Shorten is allowed to drive only to his shifts at Dawson Mine.


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