Our Advocates - Patterson law Motoring Lawyers
At Patterson Law we always strive to achieve a balance between a brilliant but, at the same time, cost effective service.
We believe that we achieve that balance with our team of court room advocates.
Over the years we have built up a panel of Barristers who specialise in road traffic law.
If your case requires an advocate, we will chose a Barrister local to your court who will be a familiar face to the Magistrates.
We believe that using a local advocate improves communication with the court and the Crown Prosecution service.
Why not instruct a local solicitor?
You are of course free to choose whoever you want to represent you and your case at court.
It's our opinion that lawyers should not dabble in road traffic law.
There are lots of solicitors who claim to understand road traffic law, but who specialise in general criminal law and don't have genuine expertise.
If you want the best result then you need to instruct an expert. Road traffic law is highly complex and Emma Patterson and her team have spent the last 20 years advising and representing people in this area of law.
Our fixed fee service includes representation by one of our Barristers at one hearing. Your Barrister will have been fully briefed on your case and will speak to you at length before your case is called. Your Barrister will have spoken to your lawyer at Patterson Law in the days before the final hearing and will be fully prepared to deal with your case.
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Clarke v CPS 2013 EWHC 366 (Admin)
It's not easy to defend a speeding allegation and its becoming increasingly difficult with cases like this.
A new client came to us after being banned by the Magistrates for 6 months. He had accumulated 12 points within 3 years and the Magistrates court banned him for 6 months. The client tried to argue exceptional hardship on his own and the court rejected his argument.
Our client instructed us to represent him at court when he was charged with overloading a hired minibus. He had hired the minibus as he had his extended family visiting for a holiday. At the same time builders were refurbishing his house and asked him if he could help them collect some extra sand and cement. Our client agreed and they went with him to the DIY shop to collect the materials.