"I contacted Patterson Law when I was accused of failing to provide driver information following being clocked for speeding. As a lecturer in law, I was initially considering representing myself, or even pleading guilty to avoid paying costs but I decided to try a few specialist driving lawyers. One of these told me that I had no chance of getting a not guilty verdict, but Patterson’s convinced me in no time at all that my chances of success were actually very high. They had the case against me dropped within a matter of days, and despite a difficult court who initially refused to refund my costs, Patterson’s persisted and recovered every penny. Efficient, experienced and friendly, I would recommend them to anyone."
Genuine Experts In Road Traffic Law ! - Patterson Law
Trucker gets to keep on Trucking!
Star Case Progression Officer Alicia Payne gets the right result for desperate "Trucker" client at risk of a ban........
At trial the CPS turned up with no proof of our client actually driving the vehicle and no proof that the car park in question was a public rather than private place. CPS throw in the towel at the 11th hour. Case dismissed. Defendant's costs order made in our client's favour.
"Thanks again for your hard work and time spent sorting out my sticky situation..Mr Morris (our Barrister) was a star in the courtroom and we got on really well all morning...Best result ever!
No disqualification and no 'Brownie Points' either as us truckers call them. Hope you like the flowers....PS I love my trucking job and I can do it thanks!"
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.