Motoring Lawyers: Why You Should Hire Them to Help Save Your Licence
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Your driving licence is vital, maybe even more than a passport, as it allows you to apply for certain jobs as well as stay in employment.
You may also have children who rely on you to take them to and from school, or to clubs, parties and classes. You might have elderly relatives who need you to take them to hospital appointments or to pick them up after they are no longer able to drive themselves.
You might just love driving because you can jump into your car and be at the beach in an hour, or walking through the woods, away from it all.
If you’re suddenly faced with the prospect of a driving ban because of a stupid mistake, you can feel isolated and terrified, as well as angry at yourself and the legal system. It’s OK to be angry at yourself but if you’re feeling aggrieved by the law and those who are supposed to enforce it, you need help from motoring offence lawyers.
Motoring offence lawyers don’t judge you…
…they judge the facts of the case and they make sure you get the best possible result.
If you are convicted, don’t despair
No solicitor team will promise to get your case dismissed, as it isn’t always possible. Having experienced solicitors arguing for you in court can reduce the length of a disqualification.
You can’t challenge the authorities alone –the experience and advocacy skills of a lawyer is what is required. Think about how much you stand to lose by being banned from driving – the financial as well as the personal cost and then balance this against the legal costs.