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Can The Police Use Dash Cam Footage to Prosecute?

Yes, the police can utilise dash cam footage as evidence to prosecute you for a motoring offence. Many people are under the impression that videos taken or captured by members of the public cannot be...
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Appealing Against A Driving Disqualification

Appealing a driving disqualification allows you to challenge either the conviction itself if you plead not guilty, the sentenced disqualification period if you believe it is excessive or unfair, or bo...
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Back To 20mph: The Change In Speed Limit from 30 to 20 mph In Wales

Many roads that previously had a 30 mph speed limit have now been changed to 20 mph following a law passed by the Welsh Government. The change will reduce the speed limit on plenty of speed-restricted...
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Failure to Provide a Specimen Charges: UK Laws, Defences & Penalties

If you have been charged with failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis in the UK, it is crucial to understand the severity of the offence and the potential consequences.  This offence, und...
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Understanding Exceptional Hardship: A Guide to Avoiding Driving Disqualifications

  If you are facing a potential driving ban due to accumulating 12 or more penalty points within three years under Section 35 of The Road Traffic Act 1988, there may be a way to avoid disqualific...
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Special Reasons: How a Solicitor Can Help Reduce Your Motoring Offence Sentence

Mitigating circumstances and special reasons are factors that may lead to a reduced sentence or penalty for a motoring offence. These circumstances do not excuse the offence but may be considered by t...
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What Are The Defences to a Drink Driving Charge

Drink driving is a serious offence which can lead to sentences ranging from a 12-month driving ban and a fine all the way to a custodial sentence and driving ban of 60 months but there are several leg...
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Solicitor Advice: Failing to Provide Driver Information

If you have received a notice of intended prosecution and/or a request for drivers’ information it is important that you respond to that notice within the required 28-day period, even if you are not t...
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Is Touching Your Mobile Phone Illegal When Driving?

No, simply touching your mobile phone is not illegal when driving but it is illegal to use your phone when driving. This means you cannot make calls, text, use apps, take photos or videos, or do anyth...
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The Consequences of Lying about Who Was Driving When Speeding

The consequences of lying about who was driving when speeding can be severe and this is an incredibly risky thing to do. We would not recommend it. If the police suspect that you have intentionally no...
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