Lynch suspended fined after drink drive charge
Morton, of Stowe, will be sentenced in September and could be facing a minimum of 20 months and/or a maximum of 120 months jail time.
Morton’s family posted a statement on social media on Tuesday morning thanking all those who helped them.
“Our family has always wanted to be a part of this country and we are grateful to those who have offered their help and support,” they said.
“We thank our loved ones for their actions as they wish us well.”
‘I will never forgive’
He has denied drinking during a police traffic stop last May.
But Mr Justice Saunders said Mr Morton was “well within his rights” to stop for speeding on the M2 at Dover in May 2013.
“You were stopped, on the M2 in Dover… you tol온라인바카라d police it was a drunk driving offence,” he said.
“You have a right to stop and seek advice on the nature of your impairment – you have a right to know you are not impaired when you say you are impaired.
“If you had told your partner the same and said ‘hey, I’m going to get a drink then and I’m going to go to another location on the M2 and then I’m going to go home and have a drink’, perha천안안마 천안출장안마ps you may ha경주안마ve gone faster but perhaps you should have stopped to seek your partner’s advice.”
He added: “You were then stopped at Dover on the M2.”
Mr Morton’s court appearance is scheduled for 13 March.