Most traffic offences require the police to give a written or verbal notice of intended prosecution, to advise that they are investigating a possible offence. …Read More
Our specialist road traffic lawyers cover Worcester Magistrates Court. Call our experienced team today on 0800 046 3066.
We regularly represent drivers who are in danger of a minimum 6 month disqualification under the ‘totting up’ rules, as they have reached 12 or more points on their licence. We have an excellent track record of arguing that this type of disqualification would cause ‘exceptional hardship’, allowing the driver to keep their licence.
We also deal with new drivers who face an automatic revocation of their licence if they reach 6 or more points in the first 2 years of driving. We can argue in Court that other sentences may be more appropriate, avoiding the revocation.
Other common scenarios we encounter are where you have been asked to identify a driver but are unable to do so. You can be prosecuted for failing to provide the information and we successfully defend these prosecutions on a regular basis.
If you have been charged with any motoring offence, no matter how serious, contact us today on 0800 046 3066.