Jersey politician charged with dangerous driving
ASSISTANT Chief Minister Chris Taylor has been charged with dangerous driving.
The Constable of St John, who was first appointed to the Assembly in 2014, is due to appear in the Magistrate's Court next week. He was charged on Monday but the JEP understands it relates to an incident in Trinity in June last year.
Dangerous driving, which falls under Article 22 of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956, carries a maximum prison term of two years or a fine.
He has stepped aside from his duties as Assistant Chief Minister while the case remains ongoing.
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