Speeding is often considered one of the more minor driving offences, however, it can still result in the loss of your licence, particularly under the “totting up” rules (where someone who has accrued 12 points on their licence from several different incidents where points have been imposed).
Many solicitors automatically accept the prosecution’s allegation that you were speeding without taking an in-depth view of their evidence. At Owen White & Catlin Defence, we don’t simply allow you to accept the penalty points; we investigate your case and the evidence thoroughly before advising you.
We have acted in many cases involving allegations of speeding. Defences that have previously been put forward are:
- I wasn’t speeding/there was a technical error with the equipment.
- The speed limit was not clearly indicated.
- The wrong vehicle has been identified.
- I was not driving the vehicle.
If, having carried out our investigations, we consider that there is no alternative but to accept the charge, we will do our utmost to mitigate on your behalf.
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Owen White & Catlin – we’re on your side
Contact our Road Traffic Defence Solicitors in Feltham, West London
Finding the right solicitor is crucial to the success of your case. At Owen White & Catlin Defence, our Criminal Defence Solicitors and Barristers are determined to achieve the best possible outcome. Unlike large “production line” criminal law firms, we offer a bespoke service tailored to your case and personal needs. To us, you are not just a case. We know that you need more than just advice.
We invest time in getting to know our clients in order to deliver excellent results. If you or a loved one has been accused of a road traffic offence or arrested, please contact us as soon as possible.
Contact us using our online enquiry form, or call us directly on 020 8890 2836 – our friendly staff are ready to help.
We represent clients looking to fund their case through legal aid. Speak to one of our team who can advise you if your will qualify for legal aid and to help you with the application process.