Notable Motoring Offence Cases

We were instructed to represent a young defendant whose lowest reading of breath at the police station was 83. Note that the legal limit is 35 and prosecution commences at 40 and above. The sentencing guidelines issued by the Sentencing Guidelines...
Intro Just before Christmas, we were contacted by a fairly panic stricken motorist. He had just received a ‘further steps’ notice from a magistrates court, concerning a driving fine that they said he owed. His initial reaction to receiving the...
(R vs Shannon [2001] 1 WLR 51 & Shannon vs UK [2005]). This was a notorious case of a 'Fake Sheikh Sting' by the now defunct News of the World, involving the supply of drugs. The issue was entrapment; whether the Snaresbrook Crown Court trial...
Our client was charged with driving with excess alcohol. He entered a not guilty plea and proceeded to trial. We managed to undermine the prosecution case by establishing certain discrepancies in the police sampling procedures. Not guilty verdict...
Defendant charged with driving with excess alcohol. Our client entered a not guilty plea and proceeded to a special reasons argument based on the short distance travelled and strong mitigating circumstances for having to drive. Special reasons found...
Defendant accused of driving without insurance. Not guilty plea entered and case adjourned for special reasons argument. During the course of the special reasons argument, the defendant stated that she had been misled by her husband into believing...
Represented a client accused of careless driving. The key witness to the incident was a police officer. Our client pleaded not guilty and proceeded to trial. Expert cross-examination of the prosecution witness was required. Not guilty verdict...
Defendant accused of several road traffic offences, namely careless driving, failure to stop following an accident and failure to report an accident. Our client pleaded not guilty to all three matters and representations were made for the case to be...

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