UK Courts Remain Open In Tier 4 Restrictions During the lockdown attending Court is listed as an exception to the Stay at Home rule. Courts remain open and operating as normal. to provide emergency assistance, and to avoid injury or illness, or to escape risk of harm (including domestic abuse) to see someone who is […]

Penalty points reduced from 12 to 6 at a Crown Court appeal after being previously disqualified for six months without representation in the magistrates court.  Judge agreed that the offences occurred on the same occasion and the risk of totting ban removed altogether,  no need for an exceptional hardship argument

  Warwickshire Police Dropping Speeding Allegations COVID19 Newsflash We have had a letter from Warwickshire police suggesting that in some circumstances they are dropping speeding allegations where people would normally be offered a speed awareness course or where the offence would normally result in a fixed penalty. Please call or e-mail urgently and we will […]

  Application to lift your disqualification early – Keyworkers may be given priority hearings Are you or someone you know a Keyworker who has been disqualified from driving for more than 2 years? Are you desperate to get your driving licence back to do your part during the Coronavirus crisis? Call us for FREE legal […]

  Covid-19, Alcohol Based Hand Sanitisers and Drink Driving Cases Alcohol based hand sanitisers can affect drink driving breath and blood tests. We have recently been dealing with an enquiry where the level of alcohol knowingly consumed could not have generated the reading that was generated during a breathalyser test. Clearly there are three possible […]

20Dec 2019

Ruby Morris successfully persuades the police to drop a no insurance allegation on 5th attempt. Client had an injured foot.  The officer in the case suggested that this would invalidate his insurance. The allegation was withdrawn after the 5th attempt without the need for Court Proceedings.