Being convicted of a Road Traffic Offence may result severe inconvenience and hardship to the lives of many clients and their families. Careers and livelihoods are dependent upon maintaining a driving licence.
Driving Offences are a complex area of law, yet many people seek advice from general lawyers, or worse still from social media. We advise that you consult a specialist from the outset to minimize the risk of conviction and loss of licence.
We guide you from the start of the process, clearly explaining the legal issues around your case, and what your options are.
Do not hesitate to call upon our pool of talented and experienced Barristers and Experts to ensure that you get the best advice and results. If there are procedural issues around your case: such as questions about measuring equipment or road signage; or if you were taking medication at the time of the alleged offence, then we know what to do.
The SRA Transparency rules (‘The rules’) require that we provide clear information in relation to our legal fees as to summary only motoring offences under Part 1 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and Section 89 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The rules relate to matters which are dealt with at a single hearing; should the matter proceed to trial or not be dealt with at one hearing, your instructed solicitor will provide you with information as to the likely overall cost of your matter, both at the time of engagement and as the matter progresses.Learn More