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Spalding man's three year ban for drink driving

A Spalding man has been banned from driving for three years after recording his second conviction for drink driving within ten years.

Marcis Cirulis (30), of Pinchbeck Road, admitted driving with excess alcohol and without a driving licence or insurance when he appeared before magistrates at Boston.

Marie Stace, prosecuting, said police saw him driving his Audi A6 in Westlode Street at 11.05pm on April 14.

After a positive breath test, he was arrested and gave a reading of 91 microgrammes of alcohol, more than twice the legal limit of 35.

The magistrates were told Cirulis had a similar conviction in September 2012.

He was banned from driving for three years and was ordered to undergo 140 hours of unpaid work for the community and to pay £170 in costs and charges.


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