According to the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) the police seize 2,500 uninsured vehicles every week. In addition, it says that every three minutes someone is …Read More
Need representation at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court? Call us on 0800 046 3066
If you are looking for Driving offence solicitors to assist you in connection with your hearing at Mansfield Magistrates Court, then look no further. Rothera Sharp Solicitors specialise in all road traffic and motoring offences and are experts in motorists’ defence. Based in Nottinghamshire, we cover all Courts and have a dedicated motoring law team to help and advise you.
Whether it be a drink-driving or a speeding offence or careless or inconsiderate driving, we can help and provide a robust defence or a clear and concise statement in mitigation.
We are regularly asked to look at whether the issue of the summons meets the legal requirements or whether the Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) has been served within the time. Alternatively, we can look at the form of any summons for you and advise whether it meets the requirements of the legislation. We can also look at whether the prosecution is duly authorised and whether there is a likelihood of a conviction or an acquittal. Where necessary, we can secure adjournments. We are happy to always try and obtain proof of compliance with the statutory formalities and shall put forward a robust defence. Alternatively, we can provide you with a fixed fee service and put forward a strong plea by way of mitigation. If you are facing a ban under the totting up of penalty points, we also have the expertise to represent you and argue exceptional hardship, where appropriate. So, if you have received a speeding ticket or a court summons or even if you have been charged and your matter is to go on indictment to the Crown Court in Nottingham, we can assist in connection with your prosecution.
If you are therefore looking for expert legal advice, we can act for you whether in Mansfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Ravenshead or outlying districts on all road traffic law matters.