Speeding In A Van On The A9

Our client was on 11 points and received a Citation for speeding. Prior to contacting our office he had already pleaded guilty to the charge by letter and the Court requested him to attend to make representations regarding disqualification. Luckily, he contacted our office and we appeared at Court to set a date for an exceptional hardship proof. Following a successful exceptional hardship proof, the Court was persuaded not to disqualify our client and instead he retained the ability to drive despite accruing penalty 17 points.

Published: 31/05/2017

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