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RTA 1988 section 4, Campbletown Sheriff Court, October 2016

RTA 1988 section 4, Campbletown Sheriff Court, October 2016 Our client was being prosecuted for a contravention of section 4 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (driving while unfit through drink or drugs). Initially the evidence of an RTA 1988 section 4 offence seemed strong. The police claimed they had observed our client driving in an […]

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LTI 20 20 speeding, Dundee JP Court, October 2016

LTI 20 20 speeding, Dundee JP Court, October 2016 Our client faced an LTI 20 20 speeding charge at Dundee JP Court. As a self-employed engineer with 9 live points on his driving licence there was a huge amount at stake. Our client had previously visited road traffic law websites but thought “what can they […]

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Careless driving, Dunoon, October 2016

Careless driving, Dunoon, October 2016 Our client was prosecuted for careless driving. He had actually contacted us shortly after being stopped by the police and we therefore were well aware of the circumstances of the case weeks before he received a citation for court. This meant we could hit the ground running and it is […]

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Failure to identify driver, Tain, October 2016

Failure to identify driver, Tain, October 2016 Our client was prosecuted for a contravention of section 172 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (failure to identify driver). The case began as an allegation of speeding. Our client ultimately received a Notice of Intended Prosecution. He did not know who the driver of the vehicle was. […]

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Overloading vehicle, Glasgow, October 2016

Overloading vehicle, Glasgow, October 2016 Our client was a company being prosecuted of causing one of its drivers to drive an overloaded vehicle. The driver had already freely admitted to overloading his vehicle by 36%. The key issue was therefore whether the company had “caused” or “permitted” him to do so. Any company director should […]

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Dangerous driving (RTA section 2), Glasgow Sheriff Court, October 2016

Dangerous driving (RTA section 2), Glasgow, October 2016 Our client was being prosecuted for dangerous driving (RTA section 2). The allegations were that he drove up to 90mph in a 50mph limit, repeatedly attempted to undertake other vehicles and tailgated a further vehicle. Each of these allegations could amount to dangerous driving. Fortunately for our […]

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GATSO speeding, Aberdeen JP, September 2016

GATSO speeding, Aberdeen JP, September 2016 This was a GATSO speeding case. Our client was prosecuted for driving at 70mph in a 50mph limit. As we have stated previously, GATSO cameras are not unbeatable. The device works using radar technology which, although type-approved, is dated technology. There are also strict rules of evidence about when […]

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Traffic Commissioner, Edinburgh, September 2016

Traffic Commissioner, Edinburgh, September 2016 Our client is an HGV driver. He had received 2 fixed penalties for speeding and was reported to the traffic commissioner. Any HGV driver has to be deemed a fit and proper person to be allowed to obtain or retain an HGV licence. The relevant issue is usually their conduct […]

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Speeding, Perth JP, September 2016

Speeding,  Perth JP, September 2016 Our client was charged with speeding at 50mph in a 30mph limit near the small village of Luncarty. She was acquitted after trial after the Crown failed to establish that the unipar gun used by the police had been calibrated properly. The case was widely reported in the newspaper press, […]

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Road traffic act section 3, Paisley JP, August 2016

Road traffic act section 3, Paisley JP, August 2016 Our client was charged with a contravention of the Road Traffic Act, section 3 (driving without due care and attention). He was found Not Guilty after trial. The only things not in dispute were that our client was making a right-hand turn. An oncoming car thereafter […]

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Driving without insurance, Glasgow JP Court, August 2016

Driving without insurance, Glasgow JP Court, August 2016 Our client was prosecuted for driving without insurance. The facts were that he was driving to collect his friend from the airport. He was driving his sister’s car. He was not a named driver on his sister’s policy. He did, however, have a trade policy. This policy […]

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Undue delay, Glasgow JP Court, August 2016

Undue delay, Glasgow JP Court, August 2016 Our client was being prosecuted for driving without due care and attention. He was not served with a complaint due to an error on the part of the police. When the case called in court, he was therefore not present. The Crown asked the court to grant a […]

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Unipar speeding, Paisley JP, July 2016

Unipar speeding, Paisley JP, July 2016 This was a Unipar speeding case at Paisley JP. The Unipar gun is the laser gun of choice for much of Police Scotland and is used throughout the country. It is a ‘type-approved’ device and is therefore said to be reliable. What this case proved, however, is that the […]

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Road Traffic Act section 143, Ayr JP Court, July 2016

Road Traffic Act section 143, Ayr JP Court, July 2016 Our client was charged with a contravention of the Road Traffic Act section 143 (driving without insurance). Our client had a full insurance policy for her car. However, unknown to her, her driving licence had been revoked by the DVLA for an alleged failure to […]

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LTI 20 20 Speeding – Dunfermline JP – June 2016

LTI 20 20 Speeding – Dunfermline JP – June 2016 This was an LTI 20 20 speeding case. The LTI 20 20 is a laser gun often used in conjunction with an attached camera. It is the tool of choice for the Safety Camera Partnership (those vans that you may often see in laybys or […]

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Drunk in charge, Dundee Sheriff Court, June 2016

Drunk in charge, Dundee Sheriff Court, June 2016 Our client was charged with being drunk in charge of his vehicle. He had driven to a University party and had planned to stay the night. However he got involved in an argument with friends and went to his car – which was parked outside on University […]

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Drunk driving, Glasgow Sheriff, June 2016

Drunk driving, Glasgow Sheriff Court, June 2016 Our client was charged with drunk driving at Glasgow. The Crown’s evidence was threefold. First the Crown had CCTV evidence which appeared to show that our client was drunk and had been driving erratically. This was backed up by both police and civilian witnesses. Finally our client was […]

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Careless driving, Hamilton JP, June 2016

Careless driving Hamilton JP, June 2016 Our client was charged with careless driving. The case was settled at a legal debate. The only issue was whether the case against our client was timebarred. The situation was complex. Our client’s position was that he had never received case papers. When the case called in court, it […]

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Drink Driving Dumbarton Sheriff Court- Sept 16

Drink Driving Dumbarton Sheriff Court Sept 16 Client appeared at Dumbarton Sheriff court in September 2016 and was charged with driving whilst more than 3 x the drink drive limit. Leaving the carriageway and demolishing as set of traffic lights. He pleaded guilty to amended charge and was sentenced to 9 months ban and £300 […]

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Drink driving, Alloa Sheriff Court, May 2016

Drink driving, Alloa Sheriff Court, May 2016. Our client had driven home from a trip to some nearby shops. About 20 minutes later, the police knocked on her door. They stated that a witness had seen her drinking from a bottle of vodka before driving off. Our client’s position was that she had taken a […]

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Disqualified driving, Glasgow Sheriff Court, May 2016

Disqualified driving, Glasgow Sheriff Court, May 2016: Our client was charged with disqualified driving (Road Traffic Act, section 103). This is one of the most serious road traffic offences. The court takes an understandably dim view of those who ignore court orders. Accordingly, people convicted of disqualified driving face a possible custodial sentence. Our client’s […]

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Red light, Paisley JP Court, May 2016

Red light, Paisley JP Court, May 2016. Our client was charged with driving through a red light. The evidence against him came from two police officers who witnessed the alleged offence. Driving through a red light carries 3 penalty points. As our client had 9 live points on his licence, he therefore faced a 6-month […]

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Speeding, Glasgow JP Court, May 2016

Speeding, Glasgow JP Court, May 2016. This speeding case involved a Unipar laser gun and two police witnesses. Our client was adamant that he was not speeding and that there must have been an error with the Unipar gun. One possible source of error can be that the police do not activate the correct mode […]

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Speeding (GATSO) , Glasgow JP Court, May 2016

Speeding (GATSO), Glasgow JP Court, May 2016. Our client was charged with speeding. The case involved a GATSO camera. As the case progressed, it was clear that there were several technical difficulties facing the Crown. At trial, it was clear that certain key evidence was going to prove inadmissible. The Crown therefore moved to adjourn […]

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Failure to report an accident, Edinburgh JP Court, April 2016

Failure to report accident (Road Traffic Act 1988, section 170), Edinburgh JP Court, April 2016: Our client was charged with failure to report an accident. It was alleged that she failed to stop after allegedly colliding with another vehicle. Our client’s position, corroborated by her granddaughter, was that there was no collision. When the case […]

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Speeding Case- Perth JP Court Scotland – April 2016

Speeding Case – Perth JP Scotland, April 2016 This was a speeding case at Perth. Our client was clocked by police officers at 50mph in a purported 30mph limit. The police were using a type-approved Unipar gun. The police had located themselves at the exit from a village shortly prior to an increase in the […]

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Speeding – Dumbarton – 29 March

In an unusual case, the complaint against our client was dismissed at a legal debate. Our submission that the complaint contained insufficient information about the locus of the alleged offence was accepted by the court. Trustpilot

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Special reasons – Stirling JP – 14 March 2016

Special reasons were established in this case when the court accepted our submissions that our client’s partner was responsible for her inadvertently driving without insurance. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Kirkcaldy JP – 8 March 2016

Our client was being prosecuted for speeding. His defence was that he was several hundred miles away at the time and had an alibi to establish this. He asserted that someone must have given the police his name and address (the car being driven was a hire car). In those circumstances, we requested that the […]

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Speeding – Dumfries Justice of the Peace court- February 2016

Our client was convicted after trial despite our submissions that the identification evidence against him was seriously flawed. At a subsequent proof, however, we were able to successfully argue that a disqualification would cause our client’s family exceptional hardship. The circumstances were that our client was separated from his wife but continued to provide substantial […]

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Speeding – Edinburgh JP – 15 February 2016

Our client was found Not Guilty after trial. The court agreed with our objection to certain certificate evidence being led on the basis that it had not been properly served and, in any event, was hearsay. In the particular circumstances of this case, the offence could not be proved without the certificates. Trustpilot

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Dangerous driving – Dunfermline Sheriff Court – February 2016

Our client was found Not Guilty after a two-day trial. This was a case with a number of elements including an alleged speed of up to 110mph, an overtake on a ‘blind’ bend and an overtake on a road with ‘hidden’ junctions. Our case preparations made clear that the bend was not blind and the […]

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Driving while using mobile phone – Glasgow JP – 11 January 2016

The case against our client was deserted simpliciter. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Aberdeen JP – 24 November 2015

The case against our client was deserted after we successfully opposed a Crown motion to adjourn. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Kilmarnock JP – 20 November

Our client was found Not Guilty after the Crown failed to establish that the speedometer used to measure his alleged speed of 102mph was accurate. Our client had originally pleaded Guilty and only contacted us when the court indicated that he could be disqualified. Although we were able to withdraw our client’s guilty plea on […]

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Dangerous driving – Alloa Sheriff Court – 16 November 2015

Our client was prosecuted for dangerous driving (riding his motorcycle at 126mph). However analysis of the police video enabled us to demonstrate flaws in the footage and demonstrate that the actual speed was in the region of 107mph. In those circumstances the Crown accepted a plea to the lesser charge of careless driving and our […]

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‘no-entry’ sign – Lanark JP – 13 November

Driving in contravention of ‘no-entry’ sign – Lanark JP – 13 November This was a rare case of successfully defending a person who allegedly contravened a no-entry sign. The alleged offence took place at night and our investigations established that the sign in place at the time was not lit as required by regulations. By […]

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Driving while using mobile phone – Dunfermline JP – 10 November

The case against our client was dropped when the Crown agreed that the police evidence was flawed. Trustpilot

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Exceptional Hardship – Aberdeen JP – 5 November

The court accepted that our client should not be disqualified after accepting our submissions that the hardship suffered by his family, and his disabled step-son in particular, would be exceptional. Trustpilot

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Special Reason – Stirling JP – 2 November 2015

The court accepted our submission that our client should not receive any further penalty for driving without insurance. The basis of the proof was that our client had a medical condition which severely affected his powers of concentration and recall. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Edinburgh – 20 October 2015

Case against our client was deserted. The Crown moved to adjourn the trial but we successfully opposed the motion. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Stirling JP – 19 October 2015

The case against our client was dropped prior to trial when the Crown accepted that key evidence was inadmissible. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Inverness JP – 13 October 2015

Our client was found Not Guilty after trial. After hearing submissions, the Court agreed that the Crown had not led sufficient evidence to prove that the laser device used to measure our client’s speed was accurate. Trustpilot

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Speeding – Dumbarton JP – 6 October

Our client was found Not Guilty after trial after we established that the speed limit was illegal. The road in question purported to be a ‘restricted’ road; however our investigation established that the road did not have the required system of street lighting. Locus attendances are often crucial in speeding cases and this is a […]

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Driving while using mobile phone – Kilmarnock JP – 18 September 2016

Our client was acquitted after a video reconstruction highlighted the evidential shortcomings of the police evidence. In our experience, the police often ‘hide’ while trying to spot mobile phone devices. While morally questionable, there is nothing illegal in doing so. On many occasions, however, the police place concealment above securing reliable evidence. It is crucial […]

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Dangerous Driving – Ayr Sheriff Court – 11 September

Our client was prosecuted for dangerous driving. The allegation was that he moved a heavy load without a police escort. After a 7-day trial, our client was convicted. His conviction was however subsequently overturned on appeal at the High Court of Justiciary. We only ever recommend an appeal in very particular circumstances but this case […]

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Driving while using mobile phone – Paisley JP – 9 September 2015

Our client was charged with driving while using his mobile phone. The Crown led evidence of two police officers who claimed they saw our client driving in the opposite direction while speaking on his phone. This was an difficult case but, after cross-examination, the court was not persuaded that the police officers could be relied […]

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Speeding, Dumfries JP Court, 22 July 2015

Speeding, Dumfries JP Court, 22 July 2015 Our client was charged with speeding at speeds of up to 104mph for 3.2 miles. He was also charged – and prior to our involvement had pleaded Guilty to – with using his vehicle in a dangerous condition as one of his passengers was unsecured in the boot […]

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Dangerous Driving, Glasgow, 18 August 2015

Dangerous Driving, Glasgow, 18 August 2015 Our client was charged with dangerous driving on the basis of a speed of 65mph in a 30mph zone. However in the particular circumstances of the case, he was ultimately convicted only of the lesser charge of careless driving. His licence was thereafter endorsed with 5 penalty points whereas […]

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Driving while using mobile phone, Glasgow JP Court, 17 August 2015

Driving while using mobile phone, Glasgow JP Court, 17 August 2015 Our client was charged with driving while using his mobile phone. The police officers contended that they saw the phone in our client’s hand and that his thumb was moving over the screen. They thereafter gave evidence that our client purportedly told them under […]

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Running red light, Paisley JP Court, 11 August 2015

Running red light, Paisley JP Court, 11 August 2015 Our client was charged with running a red light. Two police officers gave evidence that their light had turned green. They were about to move off when our client crossed the front of them. They surmised that this meant his light must have been red. They thereafter […]

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Exceptional Hardship Proof, Glasgow 3 July 2015

Exceptional Hardship Proof, Glasgow 3 July 2015 Our client had pleaded Guilty to speeding and faced disqualification under totting-up procedures. As he ran his own building firm, a 6-month disqualification would have had potentially devastating effect upon his business, placing his own family home at risk. Our client’s daughter also attended a private school after […]

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Drink Driving, Hamilton Sheriff Court, 29 June 2015

Drink Driving, Hamilton Sheriff Court, 29 June 2015 Our client was accused of drink driving. As he was a practising solicitor, and the fact that the breath test placed him more than 5 times the legal limit, a conviction could have had utterly devastating consequences. The evidence of driving consisted of no more than our […]

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Driving while using mobile phone, Hamilton, 6 July 2015

Driving while using mobile phone, Hamilton, 6 July 2015 Our client was accused of driving while using his mobile phone. A key piece of evidence against him was a purported admission from him to the police. Our client denied making the admission. We objected to the evidence being led on the basis that our client […]

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Speeding, Dunfermline JP Court, 3 July 2015

Speeding, Dunfermline JP Court, 3 July 2015 Our client had pleaded Guilty to speeding and contacted us after he was ordained to appear at court personally as the court was considering a disqualification in view of the speed. He was particularly worried by this as his property business required him to drive. We thereafter attended […]

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Speeding Dundee JP Court, 15 June 2015

Speeding Dundee JP Court, 15 June 2015 Our client was charged with speeding at Dundee. As a businessman with 9 live points on his driving licence, a conviction would have had potentially devastating results. Fortunately we spotted a deficiency and were able to take a plea to the competency of the complaint. The Crown conceded […]

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Dangerous Driving, Glasgow JP Court, 8 June 2015

Dangerous Driving, Glasgow JP Court, 8 June 2015 Our client faced a conviction for dangerous driving. The allegation was that he rode his Harley Davidson motorbike on the pavement of a busy street in Glasgow city centre at speeds of up to 25mph. Our client accepted that he was on the pavement after unsuccessfully trying […]

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Exceptional Hardship, Glasgow JP Court, 22 May 2015

Exceptional Hardship, Glasgow JP Court, 22 May 2015 Our client faced a totting- up ban at Glasgow JP Court. As an HGV driver, this would have had very serious consequences for him.  However we were successfully able to persuade the court that a disqualification would have meant that the client’s family would have suffered hardship. […]

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Hamilton JP, Speeding, 1 June 2015

Hamilton JP, Speeding, 1 June 2015 Our client was accused of speeding. As he had 9 points on his driving licence, he had a lot resting on the outcome. The case was ostensibly about something as simple as the direction of travel as our client was adamant that – although he was stopped by the […]

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Death By Dangerous Driving Edinburgh High Court, 26 May-1 June

Death By Dangerous Driving Edinburgh High Court, 26 May-1 June Our client was facing 10 years in custody on a Death By Dangerous Driving charge but was found not guilty of that charge today when the jury returned a verdict of guilty to simple Careless Driving. He was ordered to pay £150 fine and 3pp […]

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Paisley, Driving Without Insurance, 15 May 2015

Paisley, Driving Without Insurance Our client was charged with driving without insurance contrary to section 143 of the Road Traffic Act 1988. We went to trial on 15 May at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court. After a series of successful objections to the admissibility of key evidence, the Crown conceded the case after the […]

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Portee Sheriff Court Careless Driving

Portee Sheriff Court Careless Driving Our client appeared at Port Sheriff court charged with Careless Driving facing a likely disqualification as a result of a near fatal road traffic accident involving his motorcycle and the complainer’s car at a junction. After extensive case preparation we were in a position to advise the Crown of the […]

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Dangerous Driving Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court

Dangerous Driving Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court Our client was charged with Dangerous Driving at Kirkcaldy Sheriff court by driving at speeds up to 100mph on a dual carriageway, flashing his headlights to clear vehicles from his path and undertaking a vehicle at  excessive speed.He faced a mandatory ban of 12 months with a devastating affect upon […]

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Death By Careless Driving at Paisley Sheriff And Jury

Death By Careless Driving at Paisley Sheriff And Jury, client found not guilty after trial. Our client faced up to 5 years in prison. Tragic case involving our client approaching a blind corner at the same time as an elderly gentelman and his wife travelling int he opposite direction. After several days of evidence and […]

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Careless Driving case at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court

Careless Driving case at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court. Crown conceded that they had evidential problems that could not be remedied and therefore deserted the case against our much relieved client Trustpilot

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Dumfries Justice of the Peace Court Exceptional Hardship

Dumfries Justice of the Peace Court Exceptional Hardship – young business women and mother struggeling to meet all the demands of her family transport responsibilities. Court agreed Excpetioanl hardship existed and she stayed on the road. Trustpilot

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Exceptional Hardship Case Dumbarton Justice of the Peace Court 28th April 2015

Exceptional Hardship Case Dumbarton Justice of the Peace Court 28th April 2015. Our client operated a national sound stage business that would suffer exceptional hardship as defined in law if he was banned from driving under the Tottting Up provisions. The court allowed him to keep his licence and his business on the road. Trustpilot

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Dangerous Driving Charge Dumbarton Sheriff Court 28th April 2015

Dangerous Driving Charge Dumbarton Sheriff Court 28th April 2015 Client a serving officer in the armed forces and faced a driving ban and disciplinnary hearing. Allegation was of high speed driving through a residential area. We negotiated a plea to a much reduced charge of Careless Driving and the client received 5 penalty points and […]

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Speeding case at Perth Justice Of The Peace Court 5th May 2015

Speeding case at Perth Justice Of The Peace Court 5th May 2015. Attended with client having noted two fatal flaws in the Crown case. Crown conceded the matters could not be remedied and deserted the proceedings against our client without the case even calling. Client delighted Trustpilot

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Forfar Justice of the Peace Court- Exceptional Hardship Established 6th May 2015

Forfar Justice of the Peace Court- Exceptional Hardship Established. We successfully argued that our client’s business and family would be impacted to such an extent that it amounted to “exceptioonal hardship” in law thereefore he should not be banned. Court agreed points imposed but no ban imposed. Trustpilot

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Speeding charge- Inverness Justice of the Peace Court 7th May 2015

Speeding charge at Inverness Justice of the Peace court-Our client was charged with  speeding on the A9, 86mph in a 70mph detected with a laser device. Found Not guilty after trial due to a technical defence. Trustpilot

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Racing on a Public Highway- Hamilton Sheriff Court 8th May 2015

Contravention of s12(1) Of the Road Traffic Act 1988 otherwise referred to as “Racing on a public highway” Our client appeared for trial at Hamilton Sheriff court and faced losing his licence. Charged with racing his top of the range Nissan Sports car against a top of the range Honda on a public highway. After […]

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Dangerous Driving – Stirling Sheriff Court

Dangerous Driving – Stirling Sheriff Court – Outcome after negotiations with the Crown our client pled guilty to a reduced charge of careless driving Section 3 with substantial deletions to the original libel, 6 penalty points endorsed and £400 fine.

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Speeding – Forfar Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Forfar Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome client found not guilty after trial

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Speeding – Lanark Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Lanark Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome client pled guilty and 5 penalty points endorsed and £200 fine.

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Speeding – Kirkcaldy Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Kirkcaldy Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome 4 penalty points endorsed and £245 fine

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Careless Driving – Paisley Justice of the Peace Court

Careless Driving – Paisley Justice of the Peace Court – outcome Crown accepted that they not prove case after discussions with the defence, case therefore not called and client acquitted

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Speeding – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – Negotiated a reduced speed and the client tendered a guilty plea to a much reduced charge and received 4 penalty points endorsement and a £300 fine

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Speeding – Edinburgh Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Edinburgh Justice of the Peace Court – outcome case deserted simpliciter

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Speeding – Lanark Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Lanark Justice of the Peace Court – outcome client pled guilty to a reduced speed and 6 penalty points were endorsed with a £600 fine.

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Speeding – Dundee Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Dundee Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome case deserted simpliciter

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Speeding – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – outcome case deserted simpliciter.

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Dangerous Driving – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Dangerous Driving – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – outcome after negotiations with the Crown our client tendered a guilty plea to a much reduced charge of Section 3 careless driving 5 penalty points endorsed and £400 fine.

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Dangerous Driving – Dunoon Sheriff Court

Dangerous Driving – Dunoon Sheriff Court – Outcome after negotiations with the Crown our client tendered a guilty plea to a substantially reduced charge of Careless driving Section 3 under deletion of the words did drive at “excessive speed” on the complaint , 8 penalty points endorsed and £325 fine.

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Using mobile whilst driving – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Using mobile whilst driving – Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome client found not guilty after trial

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Speeding at Inverness Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding at Inverness Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome client found not guilty after trial.

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Mobile Phone Use whilst driving at Inverness Justice of the Peace Court

Mobile Phone Use whilst driving at Inverness Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome client found not guilty after trial.

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Dangerous Driving to Injury at Glasgow Sheriff Court

Dangerous Driving to Injury at Glasgow Sheriff Court – Outcome: guilty tendered to a reduced charge of driving without due care and attention, 4 penalty points and £300 fine.

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Speeding-Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding-Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – outcome case, after discussions with the Procurator Fiscal Depute it was accepted that the case could not be proved, case not called.

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Speeding Dumbarton Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding Dumbarton Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome case deserted simpliciter

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Mobile phone case at Dumbarton Justice of the Peace Court

Mobile phone case at Dumbarton Justice of the Peace Court – outcome Case deserted simpliciter

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Paisley Justice of the Peace Court- Speeding

Paisley Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome client found not guilty after trial

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Speeding case at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding case at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court – Trial Diet 20 September 2014 – client originally charged with speeding 94-50mph Contrary to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Section 17 but after our negotiation with the Procurator Fiscal the client tendered a guilty plea to a reduced charge of 85mph Outcome 4 penalty points endorsed and £230 fine.

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Speeding at Inverness Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding at Inverness Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome Client found Not Guilty after trial

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Fail to provide a breath sample at Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Fail to provide a breath sample at Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome case deserted simpliciter

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Careless driving at Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Careless driving at Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome 4 penalty points and £245 fine

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Speeding at Stirling Justice of the Peace Court

Speeding at Stirling Justice of the Peace Court – Outcome no case to answer legal submission made and upheld client found Not Guilty

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Dangerous Driving at Hamilton Sheriff Court

Dangerous Driving at Hamilton Sheriff Court – Outcome 6 penalty points endorsed and £350 fine imposed

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