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Archbishop Who Anointed King Charles III at His Coronation Convicted and Fined

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Reverend Justin Welby, who led the coronation ceremony of King Charles III was found guilty for speeding offenses and has been convicted.

The highly placed cleric was convicted on Friday, May 12, for speed driving and ordered to pay a fine of £510.

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His conviction is coming seven months after he committed the offence of driving 25mph in a 20mph zone.

The 67-year-old archbishop was tried at a private Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court hearing on Wednesday, May 10.

According to reports, his case was treated through the single justice procedure, a method that allows the alleged to be prosecuted in court without the liberty of a defense counsel.

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