Hussain was disqualified from driving for four years and ordered to take an extended retest.Yeah, I'm sure this time, it'll take. Won't it?
Prosecutor Jonathan Sharp told the court Hussain had been disqualified from driving three times, the last time only two months before the accident.
Hussain had been driving around uninsured in the Seat, which he borrowed from a friend who was unaware he was not insured or licensed to drive.It seems he doesn't listen much to what society - in the form of the legal courts in the land - has to say. I wonder why?
Sgt Greaves said: "Najeeb Hussain was a disqualified driver, who not only took it upon himself to drive a car that day, but did so at a dangerous and excessive speed which resulted in the tragic death of Mr McDermott.
"There is no sentence that can ease the pain of the loss for his family."Are you sure? There's always hanging.