Jesse Lingard Banned From Driving For Six Months

Jesse Lingard Banned From Driving For Six Months: Jesse Lingard, a former Manchester United player, has been fined £900 and banned from driving for six months.

Jesse Lingard Banned From Driving For Six Months

Lingard, 30, whose contract with Nottingham Forest expired in June, appeared in Manchester Magistrates’ Court for a brief hearing to accept the charge. Harry Kane Has Given Transfer Promise To Bayern Munich

He was prosecuted after failing to provide information to identify the driver of his Range Rover, which was pulled down for speeding by police in August of last year.

Lingard’s attorney, Frank Rogers, stated that while he was not the driver of the speeding automobile, he did not receive the letter instructing him to disclose the drivers’ information since it was delivered to his former address in Manchester while he was residing in Nottingham.

He faced disqualification under the ‘totting-up’ process since he had points from two previous speeding violations. Rasmus Hojlund rasmus-hojlund responds to PSG offer after bid to hijack move from MAN UNITED

District Judge Jane Hamilton penalised him £900, plus costs of £560, and ordered him not to drive for the next six months. SEE WHY: Brighton reject third bid of £80million from Chelsea for Moises Caicedo

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