Cirencester man convicted of driving without insurance

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A Cirencester man has been handed six points on his licence for driving without insurance.

Stuart Leigh, 42, of Peckham Walk, was found guilty of the offence by magistrates at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on May 13.

Leigh was found to have driven without insurance on Gillman Close, Cirencester, on August 10.

He was handed six penalty points on his licence and ordered to pay a fine and costs totalling £337.

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