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Motorists caught driving dangerously while using a handheld mobile phone face jail under new guidelines.
The Crown Prosecution Service guidance follows a policy change announced in September because of concerns that too many drivers flouted the ban.
where driving falls far short of what is safe, prosecutors can press charges of dangerous driving, which carries a maximum two-year sentence.
Originally posted by C0le
I mean if their stupidity hurts another person throw the book at em.. but the "what if" punishments are getting out of control.
[edit on 20-12-2007 by C0le]
Originally posted by budski
A 1 or 2 year driving ban would more than suffice