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Bristol football player, Joe Edwards, has been disqualified from driving after he was found to be over the limit while behind the wheel of his white Audi A3.
The 21 year old right back told police officers who arrested him at the scene that he had consumed 3 pints of alcohol. At Trinity Road police station he gave a breath reading of 75ųg in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35ųg and therefore the young footballer was more than twice over the legal limit. The Magistrates Court Guidelines suggest a period of disqualification of between 17-22 months where the reading is between 60-89ųg in 100ml of breath. Mr Edwards was disqualified for a period of 20 months and acknowledge in Court that he was ashamed and embarrassed by his actions. The Chair of the Magistrates told him, “I don’t think you need to tell me how foolish you have been. You were quite over the limit so you obviously had a fair few to drink which cannot be excused”.