Motoring offences are rarely ‘open and shut cases’ and there is usually something a specialist road traffic solicitor can do to help you.
You should never plead guilty to an allegation until you have sought the advice of a road traffic lawyer because no matter how clear the case against you may seem, the specialist motoring lawyer may be able to do something that helps you avoid the points and/or fine and/or a ban. It is also common that the lawyer can help you avoid the conviction altogether.
It is not only the ‘serious offences’ that can cause big problems, ‘driving without due care and attention’ can carry up to 9 points, a disqualification and a fine of up to £2500.
Regardless of the offence, it is likely one of our specialist road traffic offence lawyers can give you some advice to better your position.
Whether you would prefer face to face advice at any one of our nine offices or to talk things through over the telephone, we will be happy to offer clear advice and assistance.
WHAT IF YOUR CASE IS ALREADY UNDERWAY?
If you’ve been interviewed alone or are unhappy with the advice you have received so far, contact us and we will discuss how best we can get involved to make sure you are treated fairly.
Remember, if you or a member of your family are to be interviewed by the police it is your right to seek legal advice from us before attending.
If you are suspected of committing a motoring, traffic or other criminal offence or are under investigation by the police, trading standards, the local authority or other agencies, at WBW Solicitors we advise everyone facing an interview under caution to have a solicitor present at interview.
If you are to be interviewed at a police station on a voluntary basis, contact us immediately and we will attend.
If you receive a summons or are charged to appear at the magistrate’s court, whether for a simple motoring matter or for the most serious of charges to be sent to the Crown Court. We will assist you in preparing your case and ensuring that you have the best representation at court.
Our wide range of services mean there’s not many cases our motoring offence team won’t consider;
- ‘Totting up’ disqualification – 12 points
- Speeding offences
- Drink or drug driving
- Failure to provide a specimen
- Failing to stop
- Dangerous driving
- Careless driving
- Using a mobile phone
- Driving without insurance
- Accident offences
- Fatal motoring offences
- Document offences
- Commercial Vehicle offences
- Plus other criminal offences…
WHAT IS THE COST TO YOU?
We aim to make our services as transparent as possible. We do this by providing our clients with all-inclusive fixed prices for our services rather than charging an hourly rate. Please speak with a member of the team prior to attending a police station or court, we can discuss your needs and give you a quote upfront that will suit your needs.
To receive legal advice from a specialist lawyer contact WBW Solicitors on: 01803 202404. We offer a no obligation initial chat with one of our experts or complete our website enquiry form and we will contact you directly.