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A Warrnambool man with a complete disregard for not holding a licence will be offered a jail sentence and community corrections order on Friday. Leigh James, 31, appeared in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court via a video link for a sentence indication hearing on Tuesday morning. Magistrate Simon Guthrie said he would offer Mr James a combination penalty when the sentence indication hearing continues at 9.30am on Friday. He described Mr James’ repeat offending in a short period of time as “mind blowing” and said the accused simply didn’t care he was banned from driving. Mr James has already spent 111 days in custody on his current charges. The magistrate said it appeared that Mr James thought the laws relating to…



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