“Provides an ‘excellent level of service, and has a good pool of solicitors'.”
Our driver defence specialist lawyers have a national reputation for successfully defending drivers facing legal action. The high standing of our legal experts in the Motoring Offences team is reflected in the fact that they are regularly asked by the media and industry groups to comment on complex cases.
The Motoring Offences team has a huge amount of experience in dealing with all types of motoring offences that include:
Our motoring offences team has an enviable record in its defence of motorists, often by close examination of the evidence as well as whether the correct procedures have been followed by the police and Crown Prosecution service. Examples of their success include:
“Please accept my deepest thanks for presenting such a robust defence of my case.”
“A firm with considerable integrity and the right approach to their business." "The team was very efficient and effective.”
Motorists are reminded that the new offence of "drug driving" will come into force on 2 March 2015.
A review of the news that driving records are going to be published online.
Tim Williamson highlights recent talks focusing on ways of reducing accidents caused by young drivers.
Tim Williamson discuss the set up of new specialist traffic courts in England and Wales.
We discuss Brake's recently released best practice guidance and a fleet survey report for fleet managers in relation to young drivers at work.
We discuss the Government's response to consultation on the treatment of careless driving penalties and other motoring fixed penalties, and its implications.
We discuss the issues surrounding young drivers and the UK drink drive limit.
Blake Morgan's Motoring Offences Team acted for client who was facing an allegation of speeding at Weymouth Magistrates' Court.
Our motoring offences team acted for a client convicted in his absence of the count of failing to identify driver details and was disqualified from driving for a period of six months under the totting up provisions.
A client was arrested on suspicion of driving with excess alcohol at her home address following her involvement in a non-injury road traffic accident nearby.