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A court in Chiang Mai has fined a senior judge 14,500 baht and suspended his driving licence for 6 months after he caused a collision while drink-driving. Video footage posted on social media on December 31 shows a car driving into a rescue operation car at an intersection in the Muang district of Chiang Mai. The Bangkok Post reports that Charnsak Somprayot, who is a deputy chief justice of Region 5, has been charged with reckless driving, refusing to submit to a breathalyser test, and failing to stop to help a damaged party. The Chiang Mai Subdistrict Court found him […]

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And this is the kind of low life who is allowed to sentence others who have committed crimes. He should be struck off with immediate effect because he avoided alcohol testing let alone the damage and inconvenience that he caused to others.

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8 minutes ago, Pompies said:

And this is the kind of low life who is allowed to sentence others who have committed crimes. He should be struck off with immediate effect because he avoided alcohol testing let alone the damage and inconvenience that he caused to others.

Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone..........................

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Drunk driving, hit and run then refused a breath test. 14,500 baht fine and the servant drives him for 6 months. Bargain! 

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Absolute BS but hey, TIT, we all know what happens, any Hi-so can do what they want in this country as has been seen and proven numerous times already, it will never change.

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