Northampton driver jailed for having 'blatant disregard' for court ban

Lound, 39, was disqualified until 2025 when he was stopped on the A6 near Burton Latimer

Monday, 1st March 2021, 10:57 am

Magistrates jailed a disqualified driver for five months after telling him he had a “blatant disregard for court orders.”

Northamptonshire Police caught Paul Michael Lound behind the wheel of a Renault Clio while he was banned earlier this month.

Lound, 39, had a long record of driving offences and was disqualified until 2025 when he was stopped on the A6 near Burton Latimer on February 18.

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Magistrates jailed Lound, 39, for 24 weeks after was caught driving while disqualified. Photo: Getty Images

He admitted driving with no licence and no insurance when he appeared at Northampton Magistrates Court the following day.

Lound, of Camborne Close in Northampton, was sent to prison for 24 weeks, banned for a further ten years and ordered him to pay £213 in court costs and a surcharge to fund victim services.

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