Drink-driver, 44, is banned

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DRINK-driver Peter Maggs has been banned from getting behind the wheel.

Peter Maggs pleaded guilty to driving a Nissan Micra in Catisfield Lane, Fareham, while almost twice the legal alcohol limit on March 10.

A test revealed his breath contained 65 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres.

The legal limit is 35mg.

Maggs, from Alexander Grove, Fareham, was fined £200 by Fareham magistrates.

The 44-year-old must also pay £85 in court costs and £15 into a fund for victims of crime.

Magistrates also banned him from driving for 20 months.

However the ban could be reduced by five months on the condition that Maggs pays for and successfully completes a government-approved course by April 24 next year.