Jersey politician appears in court
ST John Constable Chris Taylor has appeared in the Magistrate's Court charged with dangerous driving.
The politician, who recently stepped aside as Assistant Chief Minister, entered a not guilty plea in relation to the incident which allegedly took place on Sunday 2 June. He was charged with the offence last Monday.
Mr Taylor, who was born in South Africa and lives on Rue de Chesnaie, St John, is accused of driving a red Ford Fiesta dangerously on Rue du Bechet ès Cats in Trinity. He was represented by Advocate George Pearce.
The defendant is due to reappear in the Magistrate's Court on Tuesday 10 March. He was released on bail.
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