Aberdeen teenager charged for chase through city on stolen motorcycle

enter image description here An Aberdeen man has been charged in court with several traffic violations, theft, assault and intent to commit theft. Police allege that Lewis Bowyer, 20, stole a motorcycle on the night of December 1st, 2018 from the St Peter Street. It is alleged that he used the red Honda motorcycle to follow his former partner, with the chase going from Hayton Road to Provost Rust Drive.

He then stopped and parked the motorcycle in front of the car, alarming the former partner and causing her fear. The woman was not injured during the incidence. The other charge from this incident was that he was driving without insurance and also driving while disqualified.

Prosecutors also allege that Lewis Bowyer stole a vehicle on the night of December 6th, 2018 from Don Street. He was spotted four days later driving the orange Lexmoto vehicle on Portland Road where Police Constable Connor Jackson ordered him to halt but he sped up. When he was finally caught, he assaulted Police Constable Jordan Carter by headbutting him. For this incidence, the charge of driving without an insurance and while disqualified was again added.

On December 11, Bowyer was apprehended on Riverside drive where he was found in possession of a screwdriver and a pair of pliers. The charge against him on this incident infers that he had been in involved in theft or was planning to commit the offence. The prosecutor told the court that it was very likely that the accused was in the hunt for his next motor vehicle.

The accused pleaded not guilty when all the ten charges were levelled against him. The judge didn't see him as a flight risk and granted him bail with the next court appearance scheduled for January 2019. It is not the first time that the Seaton Park resident has been charged with traffic offences as his misdeeds in the past have left him disqualified to drive.

Following Bowyer's double car theft and court appearance alongside motoring offence solicitors, Sergeant Andy Machray advised residents to be vigilant against motor vehicle thefts. He promised that the police were doing their level best to investigate reported car thefts and thanked residents who came out when inquiries were being conducted.

Sergeant Andy Machray further urged members of the public to report anything suspicious in the neighbourhood to the police by dialling 101. He urged them to divulge as much information as possible about possible suspects. Such information includes description of people and suspicious unfamiliar motor vehicles in the area. He also called on residents to keep their doors and windows locked every time even if they are at home. He finally promised the community that high visibility patrols will be roaming the streets to combat any wayward behaviour

61 new Scottish solicitors welcomed into the legal profession

enter image description here The Law Society of Scotland incorporated fresh professionals into the field of law to deliver services. The admission function was scheduled at the Signet library located in Edinburgh, a ceremonious event that was attended by many great people.

The former leader of the conservative party of Scotland, who is very experienced was among those who delivered sermons. He thanked the newly appointed solicitors for putting more effort in attaining their goals and welcomed them to the professional. He reiterated on the fact that it cost them a lot among many challenges to achieve their goals throughout their journey.

It was a chance for the President of the Law Society of Scotland to give his word. He warmly invited the newly admitted solicitors registering his acknowledgement of the ability the that the new solicitors had. He motivated then to drive them to achieve more while undertaking their responsibilities through cooperation and hard work. The level of Scottish solicitors is an example to all, including solicitors in Lancashire.

Furthermore, he notified them of the wonderful step taken by the new group in becoming solicitors. He encouraged them to never regret but to take pride and an assurance of the satisfaction they longed for by deciding to pursue the career in law and becoming Scottish legal professionals.

Moreover, giving her personal experience, he said that the becoming a legal expert in Scotland is a global achievement as their qualification will always be recognized globally. This was according to what he himself had gained through his career .

Thereafter, the chief executive of the law society was given a chance to speak out her mind. Her address revolved around two major areas that is the services and benefits that the law society offers and finally he talked about various avenues through which the new professionals can deliver services to the Scottish society.

The chief executive assured the new legal experts that the law society is basically there for them. She stated that the society will support them through many ways as they work with together. They will be motivated to realise greater opportunities in their profession and reach greater heights as they pursue their career. It was their joy to see the new lawyers having spectacular futures in their lives.

Ms Lorna also spoke of the major role that the law society plays. Setting up standards and rules for directing and controlling them while in line of duty and even out there. These rules and regulation ought to be clear and well stipulated for better understanding of their job.

Apart from the guidance of the rules while on their work, the regulation also plays a major role towards promoting their future through shaping them up and leading them in making suitable decisions. Commenting further, she said that the law firm is highly concerned in making them joyful people with the satisfaction they will get while working.

Excitement took the central role of when addresses were going on. The new lawyers were to take up tasks such as conveyancing and drawing of wills for the clients among many more legal affairs affecting the society as a whole.