Received a speeding ticket?
Help is available to avoid speeding tickets and fight other motoring offence allegations. If you are facing a speeding charge then you may need to consult a specialist motoring lawyer. Why not contact Julian Harris who has many years experience in helping motorists facing a speeding fine or speeding ticket.
Benefits of using Julian Harris to fight your speeding ticket
- Free initial advice with no commitment on your part
- Available 7 days a week – 8.00 until 8.00
- Direct and continuing personal contact
- Fixed fee with no hidden costs and no nasty surprises
- Low overheads mean lower costs for you
- Coverage throughout England and Wales
Julian is a criminal law specialist and much of his time is spent as a motoring defence barrister. With 26 years experience dealing with speeding and other motoring offences – almost 19 years of it as a full time prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) – he has a wealth of experience concerning the nature of the system you face with your speeding ticket or other motoring offence allegation. It follows that he has the experience to advise you about the best form of defence to avoid a speed camera fine, and the inevitable points on your licence.
Julian operates a one-stop-shop. He can help you with initial advice and advice how to deal with a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) and any Fixed Penalty Notice that you may be offered or may come your way. As a qualified barrister he can help you throughout the process including representation in the Magistrates’ Court, Crown Court and beyond, if need be.
Julian Harris can help you avoid a speeding fine and penalty points
You may want to read about what some of Julian’s recent clients have said about the service he provided them, click here to read his blog and about details of some of his more recent successes.
The circumstances surrounding speeding tickets and other motoring offences generally fall into two distinct groups. FIRSTLY when a speeding charge is perhaps your first or second offence and the speed violation was relatively low. In this case you will normally be offered a fixed penalty notice which will include a fine and 3 penalty points on your licence. If your speed was low enough, you may be even be lucky enough to be offered a speed awareness course thus avoiding those dreaded penalty points. If you feel that there is anything wrong with the speeding charge or NIP then contact Julian who will be pleased to give you the benefit of his advice.
The SECOND group occurs when you have 9 or more points on your licence already and/or your alleged speed was particularly excessive. There you are looking at perhaps being disqualified under the “totting up” procedure or as a consequence of the court imposing a discretionary disqualification. In these cases you would be well advised to contact a specialist motoring lawyer, such as Julian, who will discuss the circumstances of your case, list your options and explain the best course of action for you.
The CPS is under a legal obligation to prove the prosecution’s case beyond a reasonable doubt. Unless their case is absolutely ‘watertight’ an experienced motoring lawyer, be it a barrister or solicitor, may be able plant sufficient doubt in the minds of the magistrates that they feel obliged to acquit. The important point is that, unless you take legal advice on your speeding ticket or possible speeding fine, then you are unlikely to discover whether or not you had a potential defence!
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