We understand entirely the often devastating effects of a disqualification upon an individual and how it can impact upon the whole family.
If it is legally possible to avoid a driving disqualification we will do our utmost to keep you driving!
Whether it be a complete defence to the allegation or strong mitigation we will discuss the situation with you in detail and explore all available options.
In certain situations we can avoid you having to attend court in person and can appear on your behalf. We will present your case to the court in the most effective way and promptly report back to you.
Motoring law is a highly specialised area and our years of experience in dealing with all types of motoring offences has given us the expertise that is required to best present your case.
A recent case successfully defended on behalf of our clients include:-
1.A gentleman being found to have a good reason for not supplying a sample of urine, following a positive initial breath test, due to a psychological condition from which he was unaware he was suffering. This resulted in a “not guilty” verdict for failing to provide a specimen for analysis. 2.A young man who drove another persons vehicle without permission, whilst disqualified, whilst asleep was responsible for a multi car accident but was found not guilty on the basis of automatism (being completely unaware of what he was doing). This defence was described by the Daily Mail as “very rare, with as few as seventy successful acquittals recorded worldwide”.
If you are suspected of having committed a motoring offence, or believe you may have been caught by a camera, please do not hesitate to contact either Nicola or David who will be pleased to advise you.
Support and representation by our motoring law experts – call David or Nicola at Whiting & Purches on