# Gray Hooper Holt LLP Solicitors

Speeding offences

Can You Keep Your Licence Following A Speeding Offence?

Although speeding offences usually carry a three to six point endorsement, speeders can be banned at the discretion of the magistrates. It is therefore vital that you ensure you receive the right legal assistance to ensure that this does not happen to you as in many cases this can also lead to the loss of a job or other difficulties.

How Can I Be Banned For A Speeding Offence If I Have No Points?

If you have committed a speeding offence and have been summonsed to court you can be banned from driving at the discretion of the magistrates. There is no limit to the ban which may be imposed but in practice the ban will tend to be for up to six months. Even if you have a clean driving licence you can be banned if there are aggravating circumstances, for example, if you were driving at a very high speed or causing danger to other road users.

Already Have Points On Your Licence?

If you have been charged with a speeding offence and you already have points or previous convictions for motoring offences, the chances of you receiving a ban are much higher.

Can I Represent Myself?

If you have committed a speeding offence you are facing the possibility of a ban from driving. For many people driving is vital for their job, for others life without a car would become much more difficult or even impossible. Professional legal representation from a specialist speeding offences solicitor can be the difference between keeping your licence and losing it, or put more bluntly, between keeping your job or losing it.

Speeding offences are not something people should leave to chance or attempt some amateur advocacy, particularly if your job or home is at stake. Professional representation at court relieves you of the strain you are no doubt already feeling. With Gray Hooper Holt Solicitors you do not need to worry about what to do in the often intimidating location of the criminal court, we do all the work for you.

How Do We Charge You?

To remove a further "fear" from our speeding offences clients, we charge you a fixed fee so that you know exactly how much it will cost you to have specialist legal representation. You can then decide whether you would like us to help you to avoid or reduce the length of a ban.

We Help You Across England and Wales

Although based in Surrey we accept instructions regularly across England and Wales. We will take full instructions over the telephone if we cannot meet with you and we have expert motoring barristers across the country ready to represent you at court (even at short notice)!

 

Call us on (Haywards Heath) 01444 411333  or (Redhill) 01737 761004 now for a free, no obligation opinion and discussion. or complete our online Enquiry Form.