How should you plead? You’re accused of speeding at well above the limit. You’ve the choice to admit or deny the allegation. If you’re going… Read More »Speeding Offences – How to save your Driving Licence
We constantly receive enquiries from people who have already pleaded, or intend to plead, ‘Not Guilty’. Not infrequently a short discussion reveals that callers would… Read More »The 3 worst reasons for pleading ‘Not Guilty’?
You are facing a Motoring Offence? Should you engage a lawyer and, if so, should it be a solicitor or a barrister?
Introduction If the matter you face can be dealt with by the endorsement of penalty points and a fine without the need for you to… Read More »You are facing a Motoring Offence? Should you engage a lawyer and, if so, should it be a solicitor or a barrister?
The New Drivers’ Law New Drivers are obliged to serve a period of probation which lasts 2 years from the time they pass their tests.… Read More »New Drivers: How to avoid revocation of Driving Licence
I have been caught speeding. What can I expect? Suppose you have been caught red-handed at the wheel of a speeding car by the police… Read More »Speeding Summons – Kent Magistrates’ Courts
An official looking Notice has arrived in the post. You are really busy and the allegation looks to be relatively insignificant. You decide to deal… Read More »Motoring Offence Prosecutions: The 5 Worst Mistakes You Can Make
Understand the Charge Many drivers don’t take enough care to understand the charge. For example, motorists often confuse Drink Driving with Drunk in Charge. The… Read More »Top Tips to obtain a better outcome if facing a motoring offence
The Problem Faye had been caught speeding at 94mph in a 50 mph limit. She expected to be disqualified from driving but wanted the period… Read More »New Driver – Speeding at close to double the speed limit
What should you do next? A surprisingly large number of people put their heads in the sand hoping it will all go away. If you… Read More »You have received a Single Justice Procedural Notice (SJPN)
The Law in Practice Driving without insurance is a strict liability offence. This means that one can commit the offence by oversight ie without actually… Read More »Driving without Insurance – Defences and Mitigation Discussed
If you are being investigated for a motoring offence, anything from a drink drive related allegation to one of failing to stop after an accident,… Read More »Are you facing a voluntary Police Interview for a motoring offence?
This article sets out what you can and cannot do with a mobile phone when you are driving. Did you know that you can take pictures or film without committing this specific offence?
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.
This deals with the most important things you must know before you complete the Notice.
It is a troubling thought that prosecution for a single motoring offence can result in disqualification from driving. Even something as simple as a first… Read More »Are you at Risk of Losing your Driving Licence?
This article explains how you can fill out the Notice if you have been accused of speeding.
This article explains the pitfalls you face when completing such a Notice.
The Penalty for driving without insurance If you are convicted of this offence you can be sentenced by way of a fine (unlimited) as well… Read More »Special Reasons in Driving without Insurance Cases
What is the trial procedure if you accused of driving without due care and attention? How to avoid conviction. Firstly one must understand how the… Read More »Guilty or Not Guilty of Careless Driving?
This article explains the ’employment’ defence to allegations of driving without insurance.