Speeding at Paisley: A View from the Client

Kept Licence
Paisley Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

We are always touched to receive e-mails from clients with a wee thank you after their case has concluded.  In this case an allegation of speeding at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court presented a risk of disqualification.  Having identified an issue with the evidence, we were able to persuade the prosecution to discontinue proceedings and thus avoid the repercussions of a ban.

Our Track Record need not only be written about by us, it is good to also hear directly from clients.  With permission, we can publish the kind words that were forthcoming:

“I am absolutely delighted with the outcome you achieved....I had read reviews on your website and I'm sure I'm not alone in saying I was a little sceptical of the amazing results you produced...how wrong I was. The best money I have ever spent I was not expecting to walk away with no points or fine. Thanks again....you guys are definitely the best in the business. I will not hesitate to recommend you in the future.”

Published: 11/06/2020

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