Uninsured driver was making ‘relatively short journey’

Ballymena Court
Ballymena Court.

A man who admitted insurance and licence offences and claimed he took to the road because he was concerned about an elderly friend after receiving a call has been banned from driving for two months and fined £250.

Jonathan Arthur Haveron (52), of Inver Heights in Larne, had the offences detected near his home in November last year.

Defence solicitor Liam McKendry previously told Ballymena Magistrates Court the defendant was involved in a “relatively short journey”.


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