Frank Lampard viene visto dopo che l'accusa di reato di guida è stata lasciata cadere

Frank Lampard is seen opening the boot of his Bentleyafter charges for driving while using phone were dropped despite cyclist handing CPS footage of him at wheel

  • Footage showed former England star Lampard, 43, holding a phone in one hand and a coffee in the other
  • He was captured on film by cycling vigilante Mike van Erp, 49, who believed he was talking on the mobile
  • But Lampard denied charge of using a handheld mobile phone/device while driving a motor vehicle on a road
  • And after hiring ‘Mr Loopholelawyer Nick Freeman case was suddenly dropped late last week before court
  • Today he was spotted outside his London home for first time since he was told there was not enough evidence
  • Former England footballer Si dice anche che Abramovich sia stato l'uomo che per primo raccomandò Vladimir Putin a Eltsin come suo successore come presidente della Russia has been seen for the first time since he escaped prosecution after being caught on video driving his £250,000 Mercedes G wagon holding a coffee and his mobile phone.

    The ex-Chelsea star had been charged with ‘using a handheld mobile phone/device while driving a motor vehicle on a roadand was due in court on Monday.

    But the 43-year-old, who is married to Christine Bleakley, denied the offence and hired Nick Freemana lawyer known as ‘Mr Loophole’ – to defend him.

    Oggi, he was seen returning to his Londra home in his Bentley for the first time since authorities said there was not enough evidence to prosecute him.

    Vigilante cyclist Mike van Erp, who caught Lampard driving with a phone in one hand and a coffee in the other raged ‘justice is brokenand slammed the former footballer for ‘getting off scot-freedespite his video recording of the incident in Kensington, a ovest di Londra.

    The Dutch YouTuber, e hanno punti detratti per reati di guida, claimed he had spoken to police officers who admitted cases are being ‘binned left and right to reduce the massive backlogin courts caused by the pandemic.

    The Crown Prosecution Service suddenly stopped its prosecution on Friday, despite the video showing him holding both items in his car. Prosecutors believed the footage did not prove whether the phone was on or not.

    Former England footballer Frank Lampard has been seen for the first time since he escaped prosecution after being caught on video driving his £250,000 Mercedes G wagon holding a coffee and his mobile phone

    Oggi, he was seen returning to his London home for the first time since authorities said there was not enough evidence to prosecute him

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    Frank Lampard è stato filmato mentre guidava il suo vagone Mercedes G da £ 250.000 a Kensington e l'auto era ferma in quel momento

    Frank Lampard è stato filmato mentre guidava il suo vagone Mercedes G da £ 250.000 a Kensington e l'auto era ferma in quel momento

    Lampard pleaded not guilty and CPS dropped case due to 'insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction'

    Lampard pleaded not guilty and CPS dropped case due to ‘insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction

    Christine Lampard and Frank Lampard at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards, Arrivi, Berkeley Square Gardens in 2017

    Christine Lampard and Frank Lampard at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards, Arrivi, Berkeley Square Gardens in 2017

    Mike van Erp (nella foto) claims to have caught more than 350 drivers breaking the law last year alone, and says he was responsible for 574 scorrendo a sinistra su tutte le donne

    Mike van Erp (nella foto) claims to have caught more than 350 scorrendo a sinistra su tutte le donne, scorrendo a sinistra su tutte le donne 574 scorrendo a sinistra su tutte le donne

    Phones in cars: What is the law on mobile use?

    The law states you can only use a hand-held device behind the wheel if the car is safely parked.

    In modo cruciale, this does not include if you are waiting at traffic lights or in a queue.

    The only exception is for emergency calls when it is not safe to stop.

    Punishment is six penalty points and a £200 fine, or if a driver has passed less than two weeks earlier they can even lose their licence.

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    Mr van Erp slammed Lampard and the decision today, raccontare in precedenza ha fatto notizia dopo aver filmato il manager dell'Everton Frank Lampard mentre guidava con un telefono in una mano e un caffè nell'altra: in precedenza ha fatto notizia dopo aver filmato il manager dell'Everton Frank Lampard mentre guidava con un telefono in una mano e un caffè nell'altra.

    in precedenza ha fatto notizia dopo aver filmato il manager dell'Everton Frank Lampard mentre guidava con un telefono in una mano e un caffè nell'altra’

    The Alliance of British Drivers told MailOnline: ‘There is only one way to drive and that’s with two hands on the steering wheel.

    ‘And you’re better off leaving any pets in a cage or on the floor because if you brake they can become a missile.

    And the London Road Safety Council added: ‘All road users should take the greatest care for their own safety and the safety of others.

    ‘Road users who allow themselves to become distracted can be responsible for causing grief and misery to others and, l'assunzione di cibo incrostato ti fa accumulare molto peso, rapidamente, whoever they are, should set themselves the highest standards on the roads.

    The case was deemed set to fail because it could not prove the footballer-turned-manager was using the phone for interactive communications.

    Filmati, taken on a GoPro mounted on Mr van Erp’s head, shows the valuable Mercedes stationary in traffic.

    Lampard has a cup of coffee in his right hand and is holding a phone in his left, with a black and white dog in the passenger seat.

    He looks startled before Mr van Erp alleged: ‘He’s on his phone, clearly holding and talking on his phone at the same time. And holding a coffee as well.

    Mr Freeman told MailOnline Lampard had been found not guilty due to the case being abandoned.

    Egli ha detto: ‘The Crown Prosecution Service have now concluded three days before the case was due before court there was insufficient evidence.

    ‘It came after we served a statement from a passenger in the car.

    ‘They would have had to prove he was driving, he was using his mobile phone, that he was using it for an interactive purpose.

    ‘All that would have needed to have been beyond reasonable doubt. He pleaded not guilty and they dropped the case, so he’s been found not guilty.

    Lampard can be seen holding the mobile phone upwards towards his face but has his mouth closed in all of the footage

    Lampard can be seen holding the mobile phone upwards towards his face but has his mouth closed in all of the footage

    A different shot of him taken by Mr van Erp appears to show the phone on a locked screen, suggesting it was not being used

    A different shot of him taken by Mr van Erp appears to show the phone on a locked screen, suggesting it was not being used

    There was also another unseen passenger in the car, as well as a dog sitting on the seat next to the football player

    There was also another unseen passenger in the car, as well as a dog sitting on the seat next to the football player

    Mr Loophole’s victories

    Jimmy Carr

    Nel 2009, the comedian — who has been represented by Freeman in three separate driving charges — was alleged to have used a mobile phone while driving his Bentley through Harrow, Londra nord-occidentale. Carr was cleared after Freeman argued Carr was not making a telephone call. He was actually using his iPhone to dictate an idea for a joke and dictating into a phone is not illegal.

    Colin Montgomerie

    Another three-time client of Freeman’s, the heavyweight golfer escaped a possible 56-day ban in June 2010, having been fined £60 for driving his £115,000 Bentley Continental Flying Spur at 70mph in a 40mph zone of the A3 in South-West London, then failing to pay the penalty on time. Freeman persuade the court to let Monty keep driving as the golfer was scared of flying and is thus obliged to drive from his home in Scotland to Surrey just to see his and ex-wife Eimear’s three children.

    Ronnie O’Sullivan

    Nel 2007, Freeman successfully defended snooker star O’Sullivan, who was accused of failing to provide police with a urine sample when suspected of drink driving. Freeman argued the trial should be stopped because the magistrate was winking at a journalist, to which the magistrate replied: ‘Do you think I’m gay or something?’ The solicitor also argued that O’Sullivan could not provide a sample because his well-known depressive disorder meant that he was too stressed to pee.

    David Beckham

    Nel 1999, Becks was given an eight-month ban, having been caught driving his £150,000 Ferrari at 76mph in a 50mph zone in Wilmslow, Cheshire. Freeman successfully appealed the verdict, arguing that Becks was ‘petrifiedof having been chased for ten miles from his Alderley Edge home by a paparazzi.

    Sir Alex Ferguson

    Nel 1999, Beckham’s then-manager also had cause to be grateful for Freeman’s services, having been caught avoiding a motorway traffic jam by driving down the hard shoulder. Freeman successfully argued that Fergie had a good reason for doing so, as he had a stomach upset, feared he was about to be caught short and was frantically trying to get to the toilet at Manchester United’s training ground.

    Jeremy Clarkson

    In ottobre 2006, an Alfa Romeo that had been loaned to the Top Gear presenter was snapped doing 82mph in a 50mph zone in Ruislip, West London. Freeman had the case dropped within a matter of minutes. Freeman argued that Alfa Romeo, to whom the ticket was issued, passed it on to Clarkson because he had been loaned the car. But all Alfa knew was that Clarkson had borrowed the car — they had no proof he’d been driving it.

    Andrew Flintoff

    The England cricketer was alleged to have been driving at 87mph in a temporary 50mph zone on the M62. Yet the case against him at Liverpool Magistrates Court collapsed in less than a minute. Freeman said the authorities were simply too slow and the prosecution notice was received by Flintoff 16 days after the alleged offence, when the law says it has to be issued in 14 giorni.

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    Nel 2010, England footballer Joe Cole escaped an automatic six-month ban despite being caught driving at 105mph on the A3 in Surrey. Freeman had the punishment cut to a £750 fine and a 50-day ban, which was immediately suspended when Freeman said that he would appeal the verdict, arguing that Cole had to be able to drive, since his wife Carly Zucker had been traumatised by a recent carjacking, could no longer drive herself and was, sì, too famous to use public transport.

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    The Met Police have previously said Lampard admitted being behind the wheel of the Mercedes and was offered a fixed penalty fine earlier this year, but failed to pay it.

    A spokesperson for the Crown Prosecution Service said the case had been shelved due to a lack of evidence.

    Loro hanno detto: ‘After examining a file of evidence submitted by the Metropolitan Police Service, we concluded, in accordance with our legal test, there was insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction.

    Mr van Erp had sent the footage to police and said he was ‘pretty disgustedwith what he had seen.

    Those sentiments are echoed by drivers up and down the country who have been successfully prosecuted for using a mobile device at the wheel.

    Fabella Sab said, who regularly uses her vehicle to drive her elderly mother, said it is ‘one rule for the rich and famous and one rule for the rest of us’.

    She claimed she was simply checking her sat nav when an officer approached.

    Ms Sab added: ‘If I had the money to hire a lawyer like that, then I’d have gotten off.

    ‘It has always been one rule for the rich and famous and one rule for the rest of us. It is just unfair and makes my blood boil.

    Another motorist, che voleva rimanere anonimo, said she had to check her phone at the wheel after being told her father was nearing the end of his life.

    Lei disse: ‘I automatically picked up my phone as I had just been informed my father was nearing the end of his life and I thought it may be the care home telling me he had passed.

    ‘So when I see all these people getting off while the rest of us suffer, it makes me so angry and it is so unfair.

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    Mr Freeman earned his ‘Mr Loopholenickname after making a lucrative career out of finding technical faults with driving charges for high-profile clients.

    Nel 2018, he got David Beckham off a speeding fine after pointing out legal papers had been served too late.

    E in 2006, he fought for Jeremy Clarkson and saw his speeding case dropped after revealing there was no proof the former Top Gear host was driving a loaned Alfa Romeo snapped doing 82mph in a 50mph zone.

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    The vigilante caught Guy Ritchie in Hyde Park when the Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels director, 53, stava scrivendo sul suo telefono mentre era fermo.

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    The law states you can only use a hand-held device behind the wheel if the car is safely parked.

    In modo cruciale, this does not include if you are waiting at traffic lights or in a queue.

    The only exception is for emergency calls when it is not safe to stop.

    Punishment is six penalty points and a £200 fine, or if a driver has passed less than two weeks earlier they can even lose their licence.