RSS assists in Cesc Fabregas
speeding case


Road Safety Support assisted in the case of footballer Cesc Fabregas, who was banned from the roads for six months for driving at 110mph in a 50mph zone.
The Chelsea midfielder pleaded guilty to exceeding the speed limit in his Aston Martin on the A3 in Surrey, close to the club's training ground.
Andrew Perry, prosecuting, told Guildford Magistrates Court that the offence was detected by a mobile speed camera on January 15, 2015. Road Safety Support's Legal Support Manager Steve Langdon was also an expert witness in the case.
At the hearing on October 8, 2015 Fabregas was fined £1000, ordered to pay costs of £1465 to the Crown Prosecution Service and Road Safety Support and a Victim Surcharge of £100.
He was also handed six points on his licence which resulted in an automatic ban for a total of 12 points.

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