Marcin Mikołajczyk dostał zakaz prowadzania pojazdów na okres 18 miesięcy. Powodem tego wyroku jest to iż 14 października rozbił samochód marki Hyundai na drodze a484.
26 letni Polak przyznał się w sądzie że jechał samochodem bez ubezpieczenia oraz ze nie był bardzo pijany. Jego adwokat przyjął obronę w Sądzie że Polak jest nowo przybyłem obywatelem Polski do Anglii .
Do wyroku sędzia dodał 200 funtów grzywny za jazdę po pijanemu, i 200 funtów za jazdę bez ubezpieczenia. Ponadto musi zapłacić 150 funtów kosztów sądowych oraz 85 i 20 funtów dodatkowych kosztów.
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Man who failed to give breath test „assumed insurance would be sorted” when he bought friend’s car. A POLISH man has been banned from driving for 18 months after he failed to give a specimen of breath after his car crashed in Llanelli. Marcin Mikolajczyk, 26, told officers he had been „normal drunk, not very drunk” after his Hyundai crashed on the A484 near Bynea at 1.30am on October 14.
Officers smelt alcohol on the defendant and noted his eyes were red, however he refused to give a breath reading. He was taken to Llanelli police station but still failed to provide a specimen despite the presence of a translator. Prosecutor Ellie Morgan said he later admitted to officers that he’d been drinking but was „normal drunk not very drunk”.
In court Mikolajczyk pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen for analysis and driving without a licence or insurance. His solicitor Richard Morgan said his client, of Dilwyn Street, Llanelli had recently moved to the area from Poland and had assumed the insurance would be sorted when he brought the car from a house mate. „He does not deny he had alcohol and clearly an accident occurred,” said Mr Morgan.
„It was his first time in a police station and he was worried and frightened. „He has seen the consequences of taking alcohol and driving and I hope he has learnt his lesson.” Magistrates banned Mikolajczyk from driving for 18 months and fined him £200 for the drink driving and £200 for no insurance.He must pay £150 criminal court costs, £85 prosecution costs and a £20 surcharge.