Road Traffic Offences Sentencing Guidelines - Patterson Law
Patterson Law maintains and improves it's success rates !
We've updated our statistics today (26.10.10).
We keep a detailed spreadsheet of all our results to make sure we closely monitor the quality of what we do on behalf of our clients.
We last published statistics our in February this year. We've been keeping our spreadsheet for around 5 years now.
We have improved our success rates significantly in areas such as persuading the police to take no further action and avoiding bans. We also improved in terms oif helping new driver avoid revocation.
We have maintained our amazing success rates in terms of contesting cases and getting them withdrawn without trial.
We will keep up the good work and keep trying to get better in everything we do on your behalf.
If you have a court hearing date call 0800 021 7753
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Most Motoring Solicitors will tell you that the only way to avoid one is by arguing exceptional hardship.
But it does not have to be all about exceptional hardship....!
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