Exceptional Hardship Proof At Kilmarnock

Kept Licence
Kilmarnock Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Having pled guilty to speeding, and facing a minimum 6 months ban under the ‘totting-up’ provisions, we were engaged to save our client’s driving licence by way of an Exceptional Hardship Proof.  This is a particular forte of ours; a successful proof is based on extensive knowledge of the law and ability to prepare a case to the highest of standards.

The Justices at Kilmarnock, never known for their generosity, considered the evidence presented and our extensive submissions and found that exceptional hardship had been established.   

Published: 07/07/2017

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