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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 the World Cup by Argentina and Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’, Price Andrew married Fergie, the price of a litre of fuel was 40p and the disastrous 3-1 defeat to Liverpool by Everton at Wembley in the FA Cup Final (I suppose that depends on your allegiances)
That’s a lot of time under our belts representing people charged with criminal offences. In relation to road traffic law we were established before the main piece of legislation The Road Traffic Act 1988 was even in force.
A lot has changed since that time and we have had to move with the times. Our road traffic consultant, Patrick O’Hanlan travels up and down the country representing clients who face allegations from drink driving and speeding to dangerous driving and other extremely serious indictable offences.
We are defence solicitors. That means we are there to consider any defences available to you. If you don’t have a defence we will tell you at the first free initial telephone consultation. We will provide you with quality legal advice. This doesn’t involve telling you what you want to hear and charging a fortune for the privilege. Clients come to us as we are upfront and offer a fixed fee service with no hidden costs.
The thing about driving offences is that they are common with ordinary everyday people. Most people will never be charged with robbery, burglary or kidnapping. Charges for speeding happen to the best of us. A driving ban is a disaster for most people. People value their driving licences and want to stay on the road. In these parts no licence means a trip on the 10a bus or waiting for a train that never arrives due to cuts and strikes. No wonder people don’t want to be disqualified.
Finally, to end on a lighter note and cheer us up on a cold January Thursday “Someone actually complimented me on my driving today …..they left a little note on my windscreen which said “Parking fine”. (Tim Vine)

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