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Maryport dangerous driving charge denied

Carlisle Crown Court

A MAN accused of dangerous driving in Maryport will stand trial in front of a jury later this year.

Carl Ralph Glover, 31, faced one charge at Carlisle Crown Court this morning (FRI).

This alleges that he drove a Ford Focus dangerously at Mealpot Road in Maryport.

The charge arises out of an alleged incident on October 14 last year.

Glover pleaded not guilty to the allegation during a brief hearing in front of Judge Peter Davies.

A trial will now take place at the crown court.

It is estimated this will last around two days, and is due to start on May 20.

In the meantime, Glover, of Gray Street, Workington, was granted bail.

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