Speeding Case Deserted

Kept Licence
Paisley Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

These are easy cases to deal with but the competency and relevancy of a charge are often missed by solicitors who do not take the time to properly read the terms of a charge. Our plea to the competency of the charge in this case was upheld and our client avoided a totting-up disqualification as a consequence. 

Published: 31/05/2017

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