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Dangerous Driving Dunoon

Kept Licence
Dunoon Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client was accused of dangerous driving in Dunoon by travelling at excessive speed on his motorcycle close to the Rest and Be Thankful. His driving licence was a condition of his employment and as the only breadwinner in his family he was extremely worried. He was recommended to contact us by a former police officer and family friend. Dangerous driving in Dunoon Sheriff Court is a very serious matter as the minimum penalty for dangerous driving upon conviction is 12 months disqualification and an order to resit an extended driving test. The road traffic lawyer has successfully defended hundreds of motorists accused of dangerous driving in Scotland. We are the real road traffic experts when it comes to defending dangerous driving charges. We set to work and discovered a number of technical faults in the way that the police had dealt with the case. We called the Senior Prosecutor in Dunoon and discussed the evidence with him. It was agreed that the faults we had identified would be impossible to overcome and the case was discontinued. Our client didn't even have to attend Court and no penalty attached his licence. If you are accused of dangerous driving call the original road traffic lawyer to give yourself the best opportunity of saving your licence. 

Published: 09/07/2017

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