Guilty plea locked in for repeat traffic offender
REPEAT offender Jade Brockhurst locked in a guilty plea at Gatton Magistrates Court on Monday but adjourned his sentencing.
Appearing on a charge of unlicensed driving, Brockhurst told magistrate Kay Ryan he wanted another adjournment so he could take a Queensland Traffic Offenders Program course, which he was advised by his lawyer to do.
“It’s just a matter of time to do it,” Brockhurst said.
“I have all intentions of completing it and paying for it.”
Ms Ryan granted his wish and adjourned the matter to March 2 but locked in his guilty plea on the record.