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Single Justice Procedure Notice
The Single Justice Procedure A single justice procedure notice is a notice which is sent by post under a relatively
notice of intended prosecution
Have you received a Notice of Intended Prosecution? If you have received a notice of intended prosecution you may be
12 penalty points Totting Up
Did you realise it may not be inevitable for you to lose your licence even with 12 penalty points? You
Kent Traffic Law - Motor offence specialists speeding at 127mph
Speeding at 127mph, surely this Defendant would lose his licence? Recently I advised a client who had been clocked Speeding
prosecution
Edward received a Notice of Intended Prosecution advising him that consideration was being given to prosecuting the driver of a
guilty or not guilty
Your First Decision – How to plead - Guilty or Not Guilty? How you plead will determine whether your case
police interview
If you are being investigated for a motoring offence, anything from a drink drive related allegation to one of failing
totting up
The Rule It is the law that anyone who accumulates 12 or more relevant penalty points on their driving licence
drink driver
Drink or Drug Driving is never worth it. Sometimes you, or other innocent people, could be seriously injured (or worse).
new driver
Anyone who has 6 or more penalty points endorsed on his or her driving licence for offences committed within 2
Penalty Points Disqualification
How Alvinne saved both her driving licence (and her livelihood) The Issue Any motorist whose driving licence is endorsed with
new driver
Jake was accused of driving without due care and attention. He admitted overtaking a van on his way to work
new drivers
The Law provides that if a ‘new’ driver has 6 or more penalty points endorsed i.e. within 24 months of
All those who have 12 penalty points endorsed on their driving licences for offences committed within 3 years of each
phone whilst driving
This article sets out what you can and cannot do with a mobile phone when you are driving. Did you
totting up
All you need to know about Penalty Points Disqualifications and how they can be avoided.
Everything you must know before you choose the solicitors' firm to represent you.
Single Justice Procedure Notice
The police stopped Charlie Ritcher in central London and accused him of using his mobile phone whilst driving. (This was
This deals with the most important things you must know before you complete the Notice.
Using a mobile phone while driving
Jim had been seen using a mobile phone by a police officer when he was stationary at traffic lights....Read this to
This article discusses how this offence is committed and the defences to the allegation.
It is a troubling thought that prosecution for a single motoring offence can result in disqualification from driving. Even something
This article explains how you can fill out the Notice if you have been accused of speeding.
David received a Notice of Intended Prosecution advising him that consideration was being given to prosecuting him for Dangerous Driving,
This is a case study of a client who managed to avoid a disqualification in court despite speeding far in
Fiona Onasanya speeding conviction
Did you know that misleading the police as to who was driving your car could lead to you being prosecuted
Cell phone, mobile, driving using a phone,
This is a case study of a client who was accused of using his phone by the police. It explains
How getting the right advice on how to plead and present his case saved this man's driving licence.
This offence can be considered as worse than taking and providing a positive sample as it involves trying to obstruct
speeding summons guilty plea reduced my penalty
Sometimes fear of the penalty ie risk of loss of licence tempts people to plead 'Not Guilty' when they don't
Man Thinking on how to Respond to A Notice of Intended Prosecution
This article explains the pitfalls you face when completing such a Notice.
Speeding
A case of fixed penalty tickets and a well constructed exceptional hardship argument David had received 3 fixed penalty tickets
This case study explains how this client avoided a 6 month ban thereby saving his business in the process.
Section 172 Notice Legal Advice
Section 172 Notice Section 172 of the Road Traffic Act, 1988, gives the police the power to serve a Notice
Motoring defence barrister Sunil Rupasinha
Dominic King interviews our Motoring Offence Barrister on BBC Radio Kent's Drivetime programme.
driving without insurance special reasons cases
The Penalty for driving without insurance If you are convicted of this offence you can be sentenced by way of
Drink Driving Kent Traffic Law
This blog explains just how severe the penalties for Drink Driving can be.
driving without due care and attention
What is the trial procedure if you accused of driving without due care and attention? How to avoid conviction. Firstly
company car driving without insurance
This article explains the 'employment' defence to allegations of driving without insurance.
Legal Problem Boutique legal practice or national law firm
This article explains which factors you should take into account when choosing a lawyer to Advise and Represent you.
Drinking and Driving Specialist Motor Offences Lawyer
Drinking and driving, why you shouldn’t have ‘one more for the road’… For anyone convicted of drinking and driving the
notice of intention to prosecute
If you have received a notice requiring you to provide details of the driver you could be in a quandary. 
What are ‘special reasons’ and when do they apply? From time to time and in certain situations a driver at
totting up ban
Did you know that you can apply for the early return of your licence following a disqualification?  If you have
motoring offence Solicitor or Barrister
This is a relatively recent choice available to clients explaining the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Road traffic offence success rates
Consider 'success rates' claims very carefully. Do they conceal more than they reveal?
Motoring defence barrister Sunil Rupasinha
This interview was wide-ranging covering such disparate topics as parking applications to nuclear proliferation on the Korean peninsula!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZOFjbGqq0gRequest A Telephone
Christmas Party motoring conviction
How much is your driving licence worth to you? Can you put a value on it?
careless driving
You are probably ‘Guilty’ of careless driving more often than you realise Definition: S3 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 creates
Caught speeding and more than 100mph
If you are at risk of losing your driving licence for speeding you should read this before you go to
drink driving
Road Traffic Offences and Instructing a Specialist Lawyer There are road traffic offences in which there is no need to
motoring offence drug driving law
This article explains the law on drug driving and how easily you could be caught out even with prescription drugs!