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Former repatriation liaison officer in court over driving offence
11:40am Wednesday 1st August 2012 in News
A former Royal British Legion repatriation family liaison officer has admitted a motoring offence.
Stephen Radband, who was given an 18-month supervision order in October after admitting two assaults on his wife, appeared at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on July 11.
The 50-year-old, of Fox Close, Bampton, admitted failing to give police information relating to the identification of the driver of a car. A charge of speeding in Headington Road, Oxford, on September 29 was dropped.
Radband was fined £266, with a £15 victims’ surcharge and ordered to pay £65 costs. He was also given six penalty points on his driving licence.