Meet the Team

Matthew Miller – Solicitor & Managing Director

Matthew has motoring law “in his blood” and is known for his attention to technical detail with motoring offences. He worked as a Solicitor at another specialist motoring defence firm before setting up Motoring Offence Lawyers in March 2011. He is an acknowledged expert in drink driving law and failure to provide specimen cases.

He has also been instructed in numerous High Court cases involving the application of the law concerning failure to furnish information and drink driving.

Hilary Kenway – Practice Manager

Hilary was a practice manager at two of Manchester’s leading motoring law firms before joining Motoring Offence Lawyers. She has been working in this area of law since 1999. She offers a sensitive and reassuring presence at the end of the phone line.

She is well used to dealing with distressed clients in a compassionate yet meticulous manner. As practice manager, Hilary will be your personal contact at every stage.

Kenway Miller – Nationwide Motoring Offence Lawyers

Kenway Miller Solicitors are a team of highly experienced solicitors dedicated to the defence of the motorist throughout England and Wales.

Our motoring solicitors are genuine experts in motoring law and have helped thousands of people to limit the damage caused to them by prosecution for motoring offences.

Initial advice from our team of motoring offence solicitors is always free of charge so you have nothing to lose by calling us.

When facing a potential prosecution for a motoring offence, it is essential to take advice as early as possible. The earlier you call us, the more likely we will be able to help you achieve the best possible outcome to your case.

What we will need from you

We ask that, if possible, you email or fax us any documentation you have (e.g.: charge sheet, summons or notice of intended prosecution) so that we can fully assess your situation. We will then be in a position to advise you of your options. Please note that we are unable to assist with cases in Scotland.