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NEED HELP NOW WITH SPEEDING TICKET?
If you have recently received a Traffic/Speeding ticket, call us to discuss your circumstances and we will explain what you can do.
We are Motoring Lawyers and we specialise in advising in relation to all endorseable driving offences.
Exceeding the speed limit is very common, and we are here to help you.
Remember - the information on the ticket itself is not the officer's evidence. The traffic/speeding ticket is simply a fixed penalty offer to get the matter over and done with without having to attend court.
If you accept that you committed the offence then you should probably take the fine. If you accept the speeding offence you can only defend the matter if you can cast a doubt on the reliability of the police evidence. This means taking the ticket to court and rejecting the fixed penalty offer. If you are unable to defend the traffic ticket at court you will pay higher fines and court costs for not having taken the ticket.
How to Contest a Speeding Ticket
If you deny the offence and you are confident that you can cast a doubt on the police evidence then you should reject the fixed penalty and ask for a court hearing. Its only when you get to court and plead not guilty to the offence that you get to see the police evidence in full.
The crown prosecution service will not entertain a "fishing exercise" in relation to speeding offences - so you have to be very clear as to the basis of your not guilty plea and you will often be required to serve a defence statement to get full disclosure.
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Please note that we will not encourage you to try and fight a speeding ticket or fine simply for the sake of it. We will always advise you on whether or not you have a reasonable prospect of defending the offence by assessing your case first.
If taking the traffic ticket is your best option then that is exactly the advice we will give you.
If you have a court hearing date call 01626 359800
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.