A serial crook's attempt to escape police officers by ramming their car to move it out of his way ended after only a few seconds when he then careered into a ditch, a court heard.
Michael Hill used his car to push the police vehicle along the road for 10 to 15 metres after officers confronted him in a narrow country lane in Hugglescote, near Coalville last year.
However, when the 43-year-old thought there was enough space to drive around it, he mounted the grass verge and immediately crashed into a ditch he had not spotted.
Hill, of Central Road, Hugglescote, only began to cooperate when one of the officers drew their taser and directed its red laser at him.
Prosecutor Jonathan Eley told Leicester Crown Court today that Hill's criminal record includes 32 convictions for 85 offences, including five instances of driving while disqualified and four of dangerous
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