Banned from driving for over a 12 months
A solicitor has been hit with a £5,000 effective by a disciplinary tribunal after failing to supply a blood pattern to police.
Andrew Mark Forsythe was banned from driving for 13 and half months and ordered to finish a drink drive rehabilitation course final 12 months, after being convicted of failing to supply a specimen of blood pursuant to Part 7 of the Highway Visitors Act 1988.
The solicitor appealed his conviction and sentence to Leicester Crown Courtroom, however withdrew his attraction towards conviction on the day of the listening to. His disqualification was subsequently decreased.
The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) found Forsythe had “did not act with integrity” and “failed to take care of the belief the general public positioned in him and within the provision of authorized providers”.
Forsythe, who was admitted to the roll on 2007, was fined £5,000 and ordered to pay £1,137 in prices.