Speeding Lanark

Our client was accused of driving at 104mph on the M74. He was anxious to retain his licence and the speed at which he was accused of travelling is on the borderline for an outright disqualification. We approached the Procurator Fiscal and negotiated a guilty plea to a lower speed. Following representations made to the Court our client had a mere 4 penalty points endorsed on his licence along with a modest financial penalty. Speeding in Lanark is a common occurrence and we have achieved successful outcomes for hundreds of motorists over the years. If you are accused of speeding in Lanark call the road traffic lawyer for free advice. 

Published: 11/07/2017

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