Deferred Sentence For Representation Against Disqualification

Kept Licence
Dumfries Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client had received an ominous letter from Dumfries Justice of the Peace Court following his plea of guilty to a speeding charge which requested his personal appearance at court to make representations against the imposition of a period of disqualification. Quite sensibly our client enlisted our services and we were in a position to persuade the court that the matter did not have to result in a period of disqualification and four penalty points were subsequently imposed.

Published: 22/06/2017

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