“A firm with considerable integrity and the right approach to their business." "The team was very efficient and effective.”
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:
“Professionalism but treating me as a Human being also ranks highly.”
“Provides an ‘excellent level of service, and has a good pool of solicitors'.”
New precautions to stop driving driving
Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor Michael Gove has announced that the Ministry of Justice is scrapping the controversial criminal courts charge introduced earlier this year, as of 24 December.
The growing popularity of electronic cigarettes will make new regulations which ban smoking in cars carrying children “very difficult” for police to enforce, a motoring law specialist has warned.
Tim Williamson discuss the set up of new specialist traffic courts in England and Wales.
New data has shown an alarming number of motorists have been convicted of offences relating to their use of their vehicle since 2012.
Is it me or are average speed cameras popping up all over the place these days?
The rates of the statutory victim surcharge, paid by defendants convicted of offences in the Magistrates and Crown Courts have been increased from 1 April.
O and P consulted Blake Morgan’s Motoring Offences Team as they were each facing prosecution by Kent Police for driving an articulated goods vehicle and failing to take a reduced daily rest period of at least nine consecutive hours...
Simon White was instructed at short notice by P, a taxi driver, who had received a letter from the borough council inviting him to an interview...
SW represented CB who have been convicted in his absence of an offence of failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver contrary to section 172 (3) of the Road Traffic Act 1988.