For driving drunk and positive cannabis, cocaine and amphetamines, a young man was tried Tuesday, July 2, 2019 by the Criminal Court of Cherbourg (Channel).
Sunday, February 24, 2019, around 16 h 30, the gendarmerie carries out a speed control on the municipality of Tollevast (Manche), near Cherbourg. A motorist is controlled at 138 km / h (restraint 131) while the speed was limited to 90 km / h. Arrested, this man, aged 24, 1.86 g of alcohol per liter of blood, and it is moreover Positive to cannabis, cocaine and amphetamines.
"Not to fall asleep"
Placed in custody, the man acknowledges the facts, saying he drank about ten strong beers and whiskey-coca. "To avoid falling asleep at the wheel, I drove at this speed. My alcohol consumption remains festive", he said to the judge at the hearing of Tuesday, July 2, 2019 in the Criminal Court of Cherbourg.Irresponsible driving. Cocaine is a hard drug. You had risky behavior", says the president."A speed not even held on the highway and a very disturbing explanation. He has a problem with addictions", argues the prosecution.
Prison with stay
The defense speaks of a misconduct of its client. With three mentions on the counter, the latter receives a fine of € 80 and 10 months in prison suspended and put to the test for two years, with obligations of care and work. His driver's license is canceled, his car is confiscated and the court objected to his non-registration in the B2 file.
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