A drink driver is dealing with jail time after getting again behind the wheel simply two days after being banned for doing the faculty run whereas intoxicated.
Philip Dedman was handed a three-year driving ban on April 24 after police noticed him unsteady on his ft in Ponteland throughout a journey to select a toddler up from faculty.
The 50-year-old was breathalysed and recorded a studying of 60 micrograms per 100 millilitres of breath, which resulted in him being banned from the roads till 2024.
But on April 26, lower than 48 hours after leaving court docket, Dedman was once more noticed getting out of his Mercedes CLS220 in Great Park close to Gosforth.
He was once more discovered to be almost twice the authorized limit of 35 micrograms and now may very well be jailed because of his actions.
Dedman, of Roseden Way, Great Park, appeared earlier than magistrates on April 27 the place he admitted driving whereas above the authorized alcohol limit, driving with no insurance coverage and driving while disqualified.
He was bailed to look earlier than Newcastle Magistrates’ Court on May 19.
Sergeant Glen Robson, of Northumbria Police’s Operation Dragoon crew, stated: “The brazenness of this driver is extremely irritating as the penalties of his actions may very well be catastrophic.
“He has been discovered driving at nearly twice the authorized alcohol limit on two separate events in lower than every week.
“To get behind the wheel on this state is reckless and irresponsible and now he may very well be jailed when he seems again in entrance of magistrates later this month.
“I’ve witnessed first-hand the devastation brought on by drink drivers and too many lives have been destroyed due to folks like Philip Dedman.
“He seemingly believes the legislation doesn’t apply to him and it’s completely clear that there is no such thing as a place for him on our area’s roads.”
Dedman was disqualified from driving for 3 years, issued with a £750 advantageous and informed to pay prices of £85 and a sufferer surcharge of £75 on April 24.
When the 50-year-old appeared earlier than the identical court docket on April 27 he admitted driving whereas above the authorized alcohol limit on April 26, driving with no insurance coverage and driving while disqualified.
He was launched on bail to be sentenced on May 19.
Dedman was additionally disqualified from driving for 17 months in April 2016 after admitting one other offence of driving whereas above the authorized alcohol limit.