- Business transport offences
- Careless driving
- Dangerous driving
- Drink driving/excess alcohol
- Drunk in charge
- Exceptional hardship
- Mobile phone use
- Notices of intended prosecution
- Penalty points/totting up
- Remove disqualification
- Special reasons
- Speed cameras and furnishing information
- Traffic light offences
Speeding offences solicitors
Speeding cases are probably the most common motoring offence that comes before the Court. Such cases can affect the most law-abiding citizens and place them at risk eventually of losing their licence and perhaps their livelihood.
We have successfully defended innumerable clients throughout England and Wales in relation to such matters.
In many cases the vehicle is not stopped and so the police do not know who was driving. To establish that they send a notice of intended prosecution (otherwise known as a Section 172 Notice) to the registered keeper.
We would advise you not to respond to that document until you have spoken to us.
There are a variety of speed cameras ranging from fixed cameras to mobile cameras.
Experts have expressed doubts about the reliability of some of those cameras and we have successfully defended clients after doubts were expressed about the reliability of the information provided.
We are able to advise you in all speeding cases about the matters which the Prosecution have to prove and we would strongly urge you not to enter a plea in relation to a speeding summons until such time as you have taken proper advice.
Where the case involves a driver being stopped by the police who alleges that a speed limit has been exceeded we would advise you not to take any further action without speaking to us first. In particular, do not sign any document until you have spoken to us.
The maximum penalty for speeding is 6 points or disqualification for the offence itself. It is imperative that you speak to us before doing anything else.