Rogue South Tyneside motorist launches appeal against jail term

A rogue motorist has launched an immediate appeal against a jail term imposed after he admitted twice flouting a driving ban.

Wednesday, 25th November 2020, 10:38 am

Lee Daniel Fenwick, 34, of Spencer Street, Jarrow, was imprisoned for 10 weeks by magistrates after he admitted two charges each of driving while disqualified and without insurance in South Shields.

The incidents took place in Gresford Street on July 12 and on the A194 on August 18.

South Tyneside Magistrates Court jailed him for eight weeks in total for the motoring offences while adding an extra fortnight after he also admitted breaching the terms of a previous sentence by twice failing to attend scheduled appointments.

Rogue driver Lee Daniel Fenwick has launched an immediate appeal against a jail term imposed after he admitted motoring offences.

The court noted that his offending was “aggravated by being committed while subject to a community sentence”.

Fenwick, who was also banned from driving for a year and ordered to pay a £128 victim surcharge and £85 cost, is now on unconditional bail until he awaits the outcome of his appeal at Newcastle Crown Court.

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