£ 25

Quick Expert Legal Advice

We are happy to answer any legal question by e-mail for £25, advice will be from a barrister or solicitor who has appropriate experience for your question. We will try to respond to any e-mail query within 24 hours. If you require detailed information, or an immediate response, it may be more appropriate to pay […]

£ 49

Telephone Advice (30 mins)

30 minutes of time with a high street lawyer is often very expensive. Our barristers and lawyers specialise in Driving Law (unlike high street generalists), which means we can offer the best and most up-to-date advice on the market. Because we deliver the service over the phone, we are able to significantly reduce the costs […]

£ 99

Document Check

This involves a barrister or a solicitor reviewing the prosecution’s case against you to ensure there are no legal reasons why it cannot proceed against you or why you have a valid defence. It is very often the case in Driving Law matters that you are looking for some assurances that the prosecution actually have […]

£ 129

Guilty Plea by Post

A mitigation letter is a letter written by a barrister or solicitor that sets out the valid and persuasive reasons as to why the court ought to view your case with some sympathy and take those reasons into account before sentencing you. It points out that although you have pleaded guilty, there are some good […]

£ 645

Case Preparation and Representation Service

This is the comprehensive service when you have a court appearance and need advice and representation. This involves interviewing you once on the telephone to ascertain the circumstances of your case to be put into writing to brief the barrister; Reviewing your documents and material evidence; Ensuring that you provide us with the necessary evidenc...

Driving Law

Faq

Case preparation is:

  • Interviewing you once on the telephone to ascertain the circumstances of your case to be put into writing to brief the barrister;
  • Reviewing your documents and material evidence;
  • Ensuring that you provide us with the necessary evidence that will be persuasive in your case (e.g. a letter from your employer);
  • Liaising with court on your behalf to list the appropriate hearing.

Representation is:

  • Having a barrister meet you at Court before the hearing;
  • Providing a barrister to the final hearing to persuade the court of your case, for example, to keep your licence.

With our fixed fee service you will be covered for all aspects of preparation required to completely resolve your case.

However our fixed fees do not include extras such as:

  • Experts reports;
  • Delays and duplication of work caused by you failing to turn up to court appearances;
  • Delays and duplication of work caused by the court adjourning your case;
  • Court (prosecution) costs and fines;
  • Obtaining evidence from third parties;
  • Preliminary hearings;
  • Site visits;
  • Appeals against any court decision given in your case;
  • Further telephone calls seeking advice or information.

No. The law does not allow “no win, no fee” arrangements for motoring offences that are covered by the criminal courts.

However, if you win your case, you can in certain circumstances recover your costs from central funds and will refund to you all costs allowed by the Court.

We do not undertake work on a legal aid basis. If we believe that your case is eligible for legal aid we will advise you accordingly.