Are you at risk of losing your driving licence?

Are you at risk of losing your driving licence?

  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 speeding offence, if it is about 30mph or more above the limit, can result in an immediate...
Have you received a Notice of Intended Prosecution?

Have you received a Notice of Intended Prosecution?

  Have you received a Notice of Intended Prosecution?   David received a Notice of Intended Prosecution advising him that consideration was being given to prosecuting him for Dangerous Driving, Careless Driving and Failing to Stop or Report following a road traffic...
How to avoid disqualification for speeding

How to avoid disqualification for speeding

The Case Luca (an alias) was in a rush for work one day and was stopped by an officer for driving at more than 30 mph above the speed limit.  He later received a Single Justice Procedure Notice.  He completed the Notice admitting the offence and elected to be...
Don’t risk Prison by saying someone else was driving

Don’t risk Prison by saying someone else was driving

Did you know that misleading the police as to who was driving your car could lead to you being prosecuted for perverting the course of justice and even being sent to prison?   When the police send a registered keeper a requirement to notify them of the identity...
Caught on the Mobile?

Caught on the Mobile?

A Case Study The police stopped Charlie Ritcher in central London and accused him of using his mobile phone whilst driving. (This was an allegation of using the phone to have a conversation as opposed to using it as a sat nav).  One officer claimed he had watched as...