My grandson is charged with speeding at 40 to 42 mph in a 30 mph limit. The charge is brought about by a police officer saying he followed my grandson and tracked him on his own celebrated speedometer.
My grandson will lose his licence if convicted as he already had 3 points on his licence. He has a disability and is therefore desperate to keep his licence.
The only way your grandson will avoid revocation of his licence is if he can defend the matter or if he can persuade the court to give him a short ban rather than the points.
I help over 90% of my new drivers avoid revocation. He would have to take the matter to court to stand any chance.
Would you like my help with this matter on behalf of your grandson? I will be happy to assist.