Speeding Defence Hamilton

Kept Licence
Hamilton Sheriff and Justice of the Peace Court

Having been accused of speeding on the M74 at 94.5mph in a 70mph limit, our client (who already had 6 penalty points) was extremely concerned that he would lose his job if he lost his licence. We were able to reassure him from the beginning that in our opinion the Crown would struggle to prove the case against him - and so it proved. Following his trial, we persuaded the Court that there was insufficient evidence in law for a conviction to follow. The Court agreed with our technical defence and found our very relieved client not guilty of speeding in Hamilton. 

Published: 04/07/2017

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