A MAN accused of drink driving and failing to stop after a traffic accident is due to appear at court.

Dominic Fuller is charged with various driving related offences all alleged to have taken place in the Bicester area.

He is expected to appear for the first listing of his case at Oxford Magistrates' Court today.

The 33-year-old of Tinkers Bridge, Milton Keynes is charged with driving above the legal alcohol limit, driving without due care and attention, failing to stop when required by a constable and failing to stop after a road accident.

He is further charged with using a vehicle without third party insurance and driving otherwise in accordance with a licence.

The offences are all alleged to have taken place at Oxford Road, Bicester, on November 22 this year.

It is claimed that Fuller was driving a Silver Volvo vehicle and had 54 mcg of alcohol in 100 ml of breath in his system.

All of the offences are summary matters which means they can only be heard before magistrates and will not be sent to the upper court - Oxford Crown Court - for consideration.

No formal plea has been entered to any of the alleged offences.

Fuller is expected to appear for his hearing this morning.