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For representation at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court contact us on 0115 910 6239
Rotheras Solicitors specialise in speeding and drink driving offences covering Peterborough Magistrates’ Court, along with other motoring offences such as driving without insurance, driving whilst using a mobile phone, driving whilst disqualified, careless and dangerous driving, or driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, etc.
We are Midlands based and specialise in road traffic offences and will fight for your driving licence. Our dedicated team of road traffic law experts are on hand to assist you in your dealings with the police and motoring summonses at Peterborough Magistrates Court.
If you have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution or a summons in respect of a motoring infringement or road transport law matter, contact Rotheras Solicitors. We are ready and able to provide expert legal advice whether you have been arrested for drink-driving or have been involved in a road traffic accident and might have failed to stop or failed to report. We can also assist new drivers who would ordinarily face a revocation of their driving licence by the DVLA if there is an accumulation of 6 points or more having recently qualified as a new driver.
We can assist in connection with disclosure procedures and pleas of not guilty and special reasons arguments. We can also deal with Newton Hearings and where two or more defendants are charged in respect of motoring offences. We can also deal with the variety of prosecutions where a plea in mitigation might be appropriate. Often the Prosecution may wish to cite previous convictions and we are frequently able to mitigate a sentence and sometimes obtain an Absolute Discharge for our clients or make representations that culminate in the discontinuance of proceedings.
For further information on solicitors in Peterborough for driving offences call us on 0115 910 6239 to discuss your offence and any legal representation you may require.