Failure To Provide a Specimen

Failure To Provide a Specimen

A Case Study Failing to Provide a Specimen of Breath   The Background Joseph is a professional of outstanding good character but for once in his life he went for a drink and took his car with him! He was stopped by the police and breathalysed at the roadside. Having...
Can Pleading Guilty To Speeding Reduce The Penalty?

Can Pleading Guilty To Speeding Reduce The Penalty?

A Case Study – Speeding   The Case – Dealing With a Speeding Summons Henry was accused of speeding at 46mph in a 40 mph limit and had received a speeding summons. He needed his driving licence for his job. His employer’s insurers would not cover any of the...
Totting Up and Exceptional Hardship

Totting Up and Exceptional Hardship

A case of a fixed penalty tickets and a well constructed exceptional hardship argument. David had received 3 fixed penalty tickets for speeding in 30 mph zones (never at more than 35 mph).  When he received a fourth notice for speeding in a 30 mph zone he knew he was...
Penalty Points Disqualification and Exceptional Hardship

Penalty Points Disqualification and Exceptional Hardship

Penalty Points Disqualification and Exceptional Hardship Stephen is a sole trader.  He had committed two mobile phone offences and faced a 6 month penalty points disqualification and faced a totting up ban.  He needed his licence for his job.  This is his story. Over...