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At BakerLaw Solicitors, we firmly believe that everyone has a right to a fair hearing.
If you have been charged with a motoring offence, you will initially have concerns about the effect any endorsement or conviction might have on your insurance and your driving licence. There may also be wider implications for your family if your livelihood would be compromised by any period of disqualification or conviction.
Making Your Voice Heard
We can ensure that the impact of the charge is minimised by making your voice heard. Our advice is realistic: If accepting responsibility at an early stage could result in a less severe penalty, we will tell you.
Even minor charges can have disproportionate consequences for the individual concerned. We have been defending motor prosecutions for many years and have a well-established approach to every case:
- We obtain detailed information from you about the circumstances relating to the charge.
- We then undertake a thorough investigation of the facts of the case, paying close attention to whether or not your case has been processed correctly by the authorities.
- We provide realistic and practical advice on your options.
- If necessary, we will represent you in court and ensure that your position is presented in the most favourable way possible.
Fleet Careless And Dangerous Driving Lawyers
Our team of solicitors in Farnham defending motor prosecutions is led by Amanda Glover. Amanda is an experienced motorcyclist and specialises in representing bikers who have been charged with road traffic offences. We defend motorcyclists and drivers on all types of charges, including:
Drivers and motorcyclists receive the experienced advice and well-prepared court representation they deserve from BakerLaw Solicitors. For more information, contact us online or by phone on 01252 733770 or 020 7842 0800.