May 20, 2011


Frank Lampard was given a 90-day driving ban, a fine of £850 and costs exceeding £2000 when he was caught speeding at 91mph in a 50mph speed limit area on the A3 in Surrey.

When sentencing for speeding offences under 85mph, courts have guidelines to follow however, for speeds over 85mph the fine to be given is ambiguous.

For drivers caught speeding at 85mph the courts would normally issue a 65 day ban.

Initially Lampard was given 90 days, which he went on to appeal on the 55th day of his driving ban. The Judge has since allowed the ban to be reduced to just 60 days.

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