Road Traffic Offences
At Powell Spencer and Partners, we understand how important a driving licence is to our clients. For many, it is essential to their livelihood; it connects them to elderly relatives or it allows them to take their children to school. Many people fear they simply cannot function without it.
We have a specialist team, headed by Mark
Do you need our help?
The sheer number of motoring offences and the technical sentencing framework make it difficult for members of the public to understand their legal position and potential liabilities. We can provide clear and accurate advice to help you make the right decisions.
If you are at risk of incurring penalty points, reaching a 12-point ‘totting disqualification’ or even an immediate disqualification, we can help discuss ways of avoiding this; either by establishing innocence, negotiating with the prosecution or by persuading the sentencing court to show leniency.
Other road traffic specialists charge eye-watering fees on the back of outlandish promises and a glossy image. We aim to be different and to always give clear and practical advice. If we do not think your circumstances require the cost of a lawyer we will tell you. If you instruct us to act on a private basis, we offer fixed fees, agreed up front. We keep our prices competitive, aiming to serve the working people of our community.
Most road traffic offences do not attract legal aid, but as a firm with a long tradition of providing legal advice to people of all backgrounds and circumstances, if you could qualify for legal aid, we will help you apply and represent you on those terms.
Types of service
— Defending people at trial accused of offences such as (non-definitive list):
- Failing to nominate the driver of a vehicle suspected of an offence
- Failing to stop at the scene of an accident
- Careless and dangerous driving
- Driving offences that lead to death
- Drink driving offences (including drunk in charge, failing to provide a
- Using a mobile phone while driving
- Driving without insurance or not according to a licence
- Perverting the course of Justice by returning a false name to a driver enquiry
— Arguing exception hardship for defendants facing a 12-point ‘totting’ disqualification. This involves calling evidence to show why the defendant should not be banned from driving
— Applications for removal of disqualification for those with bans of more than 2 years.
You might find your situation does not justify instructing a lawyer and if so we will not try to convince you otherwise.
That’s why submitting the form below or simply calling 020 7604 5600 provides a quick and easy way of making the right decision at an early stage.
If you want to do your own research before you decide, why not look into some of the following useful resources:
Penalty Points and Disqualification System
Charged With Careless Driving Offences
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