During the trial, the court heard Le Moine had an IQ of just 84, relied heavily on his mother to help him out with letters, struggled to read and had memory problems.His job?
Roger Grimwade, a police spokesman, said there were no formal educational requirements, but applicants must satisfy an entry procedure.And that is...?
Checking they have a pulse, presumably.
Oh, and the offence for which he was on trial? Driving without insurance:
The 22-year-old of Buckfast Avenue, Kirby Cross, was involved in a car crash in February 2008 when he was driving without insurance.*sigh*
He told police he was insured and took an insurance certificate to a police station which he knew was invalid, the court found.
He denied the charge on the grounds his dyslexia affected his ability to take things in and remember them, which was why he had failed to register he was not insured, despite speaking to insurer Direct Line a week earlier.