Woman denies drink-driving near school

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A woman has denied driving near a primary school in the south of Scotland while more than five times over the drink-drive limit.

Margaret Miller, 45, of Gretna, pleaded not guilty to driving in the town on Thursday with 114 microgrammes of alcohol on her breath. The limit is 22.

She also denied driving dangerously when pupils were leaving a nearby primary and with a child in her car.

A trial date was fixed for June at Dumfries Sheriff Court.

The sheriff has ordered the forfeiture of the car.

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