New driver avoids revocation after crown court appeal. Appeal against sentence successful, penalty points reduced by the Judge from 6 to 5 for driving 57 miles per hour in a 30 mph limit.
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
Ryan Butler successfully persuades the Crown Prosecution Service to drop mobile phone allegation within a week of Patterson law making representations behind the scenes. No need for a trial. Defendants costs order awarded in favour of client allowing us to recover his reasonable legal expenses
Judge compliments self representing defendant after we gave free initial advice on how to prepare their mitigation for the sentencing hearing. Wonderful feedback from the client and the Judge stated that it was “refreshing” to hear such well prepared mitigation from a layperson.
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 The allegation was withdrawn after the 5th attempt without the need for Court Proceedings.
Dominic Smith gets mobile phone allegation withdrawn at court by making representations to the prosecution behind the scenes. Officer suggested that holding the phone whilst using it as a satellite navigation device was an offence, crown prosecution service agree no interactive telecommunication use an dropped without trial. Defendants costs order awarded in favour of client.
Ellen Finch gets mobile phone allegation dropped within 24 hours of receiving instructions from the client by making representations to the metropolitan police. No need for court proceedings.
Ruby Morris gets the police to agree to drop one speeding allegation, allow the client to take one fix penalty of three points and £100 and a speed awareness course on the other matter, client avoids revocation under the new drivers act. Successful representations to the police avoiding the need for court proceedings
Jonathan Guscott helps client avoid the risk of a six month totting ban. Allegation of failing to provide driver information/driving without due care. Both allegations withdrawn after making representations to the crown prosecution service. A defendants costs order granted allowing us to recover the clients reasonable legal expenses.