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It has been reported that England Rugby’s fly half, Danny Cipriani has lost his trial and been convicted of drink driving.

Cipriani was banned from driving for 18 months and order to pay £7,620 in fines and court costs.

The trial has been described in the press as long and protracted.

It had formed part of his case that there was not “sufficient” evidence to show that the testing equipment at the police station was working properly.

This was dismissed by the presiding Judge who ruled that there was a case for Cipriani to answer.

The Judge stated: “I am satisfied so that I am sure that the breathalyser test machine was working properly, gave a correct reading and on that basis the verdict is guilty.”

Solicitors for Mr Cipriani gave a statement that an appeal against the conviction was to be lodged immediately.

About Freeman & Co.

Freeman & Co. are a specialist firm of road traffic and criminal defence solicitors based in Manchester but with nationwide coverage.

Freeman & Co. specialise in a wide variety of road traffic cases, ranging from drink driving, speeding and mobile phone offences, to name but a few.

The firm was created by Nick Freeman, who has been dubbed “Mr Loophole” by the press for his technical legal ability and robustly challenging the prosecution.

Nick is well regarded as an expert road traffic lawyer and has successfully represented many high profile clients for a variety of motoring offences as well as criminal offences.

The firm of Freeman & Co. embodies the way Nick works, with minute attention to detail and challenging the prosecution at every turn.

If you are facing a road traffic matter or criminal offence and need the services of Freeman & Co. please call on 0161 236 7007.

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