Exceptional Hardship Success at Dumfries

Kept Licence
Dumfries Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client elected to plead guilty to the original speeding charge and employed our firm to present an exceptional hardship submission on his behalf. The case focussed on our client's specialist skills as an optician and certain out of office hour commitments he had to fulfil. The court agreed with our submission and found that a case for exceptional hardship had indeed been made out and our client was permitted to retain his driving entitlement on 12 points.

Published: 06/06/2017

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