M42/M6 toll speeding cases may be reopened

Following on from our previous blog last November in relation to defective speed limit signs on the variable speed limits between Junctions 7 and 9 of the M42 and M6 toll road, the Police and Crown Prosecution Service have since decided to withdraw all pending prosecutions relating to alleged speeding offences that had taken place on… Read more »

Your Relationship With a Motoring Offence Solicitor

It is inevitable that at some point you will need the services of a solicitor, perhaps a motoring offence solicitor. In all cases, there are a few simple things to remember:- 1. When you first call a solicitor always have the details of your alleged offence or query to hand e.g. date of alleged offence,… Read more »

Simple Rules for Attending Court

When being prosecuted for a motoring offence such as speeding, driving without insurance or drink driving, it is likely that you will be asked to attend court. As with everything in life, it’s best to be prepared. Whatever the circumstances, here are some simple rules that can help to prepare you for what can be… Read more »

Caught speeding at 18mph- Motoring Offence Lawyers News

Caught speeding and charged,The case of the taxi driver, Andrew Constantine, represented by the team here at Motoring Offence Lawyers, was widely reported in the media last week. To read some of the reports about the case click on the below links…   http://swns.com/news/taxi-driver-speeding-ticket-camera-misfired-18mph-30817/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-21264281   Mr Constantine’s speeding case was unusual as he received a summons… Read more »