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• Previods Convittions No Deterrent

14th December 1956
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Page 47, 14th December 1956 — • Previods Convittions No Deterrent
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" wE particularly bear in mind the fact that there are previous convictions which seem to have had absolutely no effect on this company, who appear to be prepared to make a breach of the regulations at any time." This was stated by the chairman of Ouse and Derwent magistrates at York, last week. when W. Elliott and Sons (York), Ltd., Wetherby Road, Acomh, were fined £15 on each of 14 summonses for carrying for hire or reward without appropriate licences. Thirtytwo other offences were taken into consideration. They pleaded guilty. Mr. G. Ambler, defending, said that goods were carried for an associated concern and this was thought to be in order. It was stated that in 1954 the company were fined £2 on each of 20 charges for using a C-licence vehicle for hire and reward, and at a later date £2 on each of 53 similar offences.


People: G. Ambler
Locations: York

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