October 17, 2021

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Jail for driving a weak scooter

Jail for driving a weak scooter

A woman from Victoriaville has been sentenced to 120 days in jail for driving a scooter while intoxicated.

In July 2018, mTo me Laundry “drove his scooter incorrectly onto sidewalks and public roads, which caught the attention of police,” Crown prosecutor Mr Mr said.E Michelle Verville, in an interview with QMI Agency. The woman was taken to the police station, where “155 milligrams of alcohol was found” during the alcohol test, he continued.

Based on the joint reference between OmE Verville and defense attorney, Quebec court judge Dominic Slater, sentenced Liz Laundry to 120 days in prison, indicating the minimum sentence when a residivism notice is filed before the court. In this situation.

Liz Laundry was not actually her first sentence for poor driving or her first prison sentence. The 59-year-old woman was sentenced to “30 days in jail” several years ago while “under a driving ban” at the wheel of a motor vehicle.E Verville.

In addition to the 120 days she was sentenced Tuesday in Victoriaville court, the offender will have to comply with a three-year driving ban.

Keep in mind that in July 2020 another case related to scooter driving took place in Autowice. Sixty-year-old, whose driver’s license has been suspended for life for various offenses including alcohol and driving, has had his scooter seized. Police believe it is forbidden to pilot an electric vehicle.

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