Contest a Speeding Fine
If you are to be prosecuted for speeding, you should receive a notice of intended prosecution that documents the critical factors and information of the alleged incident. You have the option to contest the speed itself or to deny the allegation in its entirety. Both scenarios are likely to involve court proceedings and we would be pleased to represent you.
Speed cameras are by no means infallible and legal procedures are often flawed, some of the significant details we consider in your defence include-
- Was the speed reading accurate?
- Was the ticket issued within the specified time-limit?
- Can the prosecution prove who was operating the vehicle at the moment of offence?
- Were there any spelling or grammar errors in the paperwork you received?
- Is the relevant camera calibration data accessible?
- Were there special circumstances?
To secure a conviction, the court has to be sure as to the accuracy of any evidence, that you were speeding. It is our job to closely examine any evidence that the prosecution intend to rely on to prove you were committing the offence. If this evidence fails to meet the required standards, we will argue before the court that there should be no conviction. Depending upon the speed alleged or number of points on your driving licence this may mean you avoid a driving ban.
Do not assume that photographic or police evidence cannot be challenged. It can. This is why you should instruct a specialist speeding lawyer. If you believe that any evidence is wrong, you should contact us. immediately.
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