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Motoring

Too many firms lacking experience either convince their clients to run hopeless "magic bullet” defences or get them to unnecessarily admit offences when the evidence should have been tested. Either way, their clients lose out.

Our seasoned road traffic lawyers prefer to take a mature look and firstly check if the prosecution itself lawful. If any procedural irregularities are found, we will work hard to have the case dismissed.

In the absence of any procedural problems, we move on to carefully consider the availability and merits of running any potential defences. If there’s a defence to be run, we’ll tenaciously fight your corner.

There are occasions where motoring allegations cannot be defended. Regardless, our damage limitation skills have saved many a driving licence over the years with carefully crafted and meticulously presented special reasons and exceptional hardship arguments.

We have secured excellent results for clients across the country facing all manner of allegations including:

  • Speeding
  • Failing to identify the driver of a motor vehicle
  • Careless or Dangerous Driving
  • Death by Careless or Dangerous Driving
  • Driving or being in charge of a vehicle whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Failing to provide a specimen of breath, blood or urine for analysis
  • Driving whilst disqualified
  • Driving without a licence, insurance and/or MOT
  • Failing to produce driving licence, insurance certificate and/or MOT certificate
  • Using a mobile telephone whilst driving
  • Failing to stop or after an accident / Failing to report an accident
  • Failing to comply with signals or signs



OUR CASES

R v B - Southwark Crown Court
Conspiracy to commit armed robbery
R v G - Northampton Crown Court
Conspiracy to commit aggravated burglaries
R v S - Kingston Crown Court
Conspiracy to defraud
R v L - St Albans Crown Court
Conspiracy to cheat the public revenue
R v P - Leicester Crown Court
Conspiracy to supply cocaine