“Brian was satisfied it was the minimum he could have hoped for under the circumstances. We would also like to thank your supporting staff who have been very helpful and quick to respond to queries. So many solicitors and their staff leave answer phones to take messages and take hours or even days to respond, which isn’t very helpful. Thank you again and in the nicest possible way, hope not to have to call on your services again.”

B Patterson, Peterborough Magistrates Court

Mr Patterson, a farmer, was charged with driving without due care and attention following an accident which resulted in a plough being transported by his tractor colliding with a pedestrian which caused head injuries. He decided to enter a guilty plea to the offence, which carries between 3-9 penalty points on conviction. After representations were made on his behalf, the Court endorsed 3 points on his licence and a small fine which was the best possible outcome.