AMENDED - Sleaford woman banned from getting behind the wheel for 12 months after being found guilty of dangerous driving

Court News.
Court News.

A 23-year-old woman has been given a 12-month driving ban and ordered to pay court costs, after being found guilty of dangerous driving, failing to stop and a public order offence.

Andrea Haralambous of Grantham Road in Sleaford denied the offences but at Lincoln Magistrates Court on Wednesday (November 4) she was convicted of all offences. For dangerous driving she was banned from driving for 12 months, and ordered to pay £210 court costs. There was no separate penalty for the other offences.

Sgt Rachel Wells said: “I’m pleased that this case has been resolved and that Haralambous isn’t able to get behind the wheel of a car for 12 months.”

○ The Standard’s orginal report on this case came from a press release originating from the Lincolnshire Police website, which, for reporting purposes, is covered by qualified privilege, which allows the paper to print without fear of action being taken.