THE report found 123 [...]

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/16/2013, p4
THE report found 123 (or 8 per cent) of the 1,537 fixed penalties struck off involved a Garda member. A total of 120 were for speeding offences and the other three were for a parking offence, a mobile phone offence and a bus lane offence.


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