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Road Traffic Cases

Specialist Driving Offence Solicitors

Do you need a solicitor to help you with motoring offences ? If you do you are in the right place. We have years of experience and a proven track record, defending clients who need legal advice for driving offences. We have been established since 1986. The year England were knocked out of th...

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Exceptional Hardship – Save Your Driving Licence

Accruing 12 or more penalty points on your driving licence will permits a Court to disqualify you from driving for a minimum period of 6 months under what is known as ‘Totting Up’. There are a multitude of driving offences that carry penalty points. The minimum number of points that can be impose...

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Allegation – Speeding

R v Mr V – North Tyneside Magistrates’ Court Client had been caught driving at 83 mph in a 40 mph speed limit. Client resided in Cheshire but had been visiting the area for work purposes. Court was persuaded to impose 6 penalty points in respect of the matter as opposed to...

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Allegation – Drink Driving

R v Miss D – Stockport Magistrates’ Court Client had been charged with drink driving but had provided firm instructions with regard to the breath test procedure in that the officer had not provided her with the Statutory Warning as required. A Not Guilty plea was entered, ...

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Allegation – Drug Driving

R v Mr M – Liverpool Magistrates’ Court Client had been charged with the offence following a blood analysis result of 14 microgrammes of THC (Cannabis) – the legal limit being 2 microgrammes. Client pleaded guilty to the offence and despite the reading, the Court imposed a...

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Allegation – Unfit Through Drugs : Drive / Attempt to Drive

R v Mr T – Leeds Magistrates’ Court Client was arrested whilst sat in the driver’s seat of his vehicle. The engine was off and the car was stationary in the car park outside a public house. Client produced a positive saliva test in respect of cannabis. He was taken to Ella...

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Allegation – Refuse to Provide a Sample (Breath)

R v Mrs H – Truro Magistrates’ Court Client charged with the offence because of her not being able to provide an adequate sample of breath in the police station. Client suffered with dyspnoea and medical evidence was produced in support of her condition. Expert evidence wa...

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Allegation – Drink Driving

R v Mrs R – Liverpool Magistrates’ Court Client had been involved in an RTA and taken to hospital where a blood sample was taken. The blood analysis result confirmed an alcohol reading of 134. Client advised that whilst in the hospital she confirmed to the nurse that a sam...

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Allegation – Drink Driving, Driving Without Due Care & Attention, Fail To Stop

R v Mr C – Swindon Magistrates’ Court This was the second offence of drink driving for this client. Client pleaded guilty to all matters. Client had been discharged from the armed forces on health ground. Character testimonials and references as well as medical evidence wa...

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Allegation – Using A Mobile Phone Whilst Driving

R v Mr G – Newcastle Under Lyme Magistrates’s Court Client was acquitted of the offence after trial. Client’s mobile phone records were obtained and subsequently put to the officer in cross examination. Client’s instructions from the outset of the case were that he had not...

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