If a speed camera has caught you speeding you might want to hire a speeding ticket lawyer who can help you. Speeding lawyers can provide legal services to those who have been caught speeding.
Legal representation from anyone who knows more than a thing or two about motoring law can potentially help to reduce your charges. They can also help you to understand exactly what you need to do next.
Whether you were caught breaking speed limits by a police officer or a camera, there is always the risk that your case could end up in court. This might seem quite extreme to you but here’s where speeding offence solicitors can help.
If there is a chance that obtaining more penalty points on your driving licence could result in disqualification, ask for legal help.
Legal representation for a motoring offence can often be expensive. Below you will find some prices that give you an idea as to how much you might have to pay.
Please note, every driving offence is different which means each case will have it’s own legal fees. This means you should use the list of fees below as a guideline.
When admitting guilt:
Drug or drink driving:
Failure to provide a specimen:
When admitting guilt for speeding offences:
Adding up any penalty points and entering a guilty plea:
If you are considering entering a not guilty plea for a speeding charge, please note that the above costs only relate to the first hearing and a 1-day trial. The above costs do not include expert fees or any of your travel costs.
If you are considering entering a guilty plea, the price typically includes:
If you have been caught speeding, you might have admitted you are guilty of a road traffic offence and be prepared to pay the fixed fee that comes with getting a speeding ticket. However, there is still a chance that your case might end up in court.
This could be the case if you have been driving dangerously or your have broken a lot of speed limits. If you plan to plead guilty, you might need legal representation for your speed offence cases.
Please note, even though legal aid exists, you might still have to pay for legal representation. This is because legal aid is very rarely granted for a driver who has been caught by a speed detection camera.
This means you might still have to pay the court costs, even though it is your intention to enter a guilty plea.
We work with Road Traffic Lawyers who are highly experienced. Here at Drive Protect, we do this so we can provide our Members with the Legal Advice they need. We will also ensure they have Representation in Court should the require it.
When you receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution or a Summons or if you are stopped by the Police our members can:
Our Lawyers will work alongside you to determine if there are any issues with evidence. They will also try to determine if there were any errors when the evidence was was obtained.
If the lawyer spots a procedural error they will tell you how you can approach the Safety Camera Partnership or the Police. They will give you this advice with an aim to overturn the ticket so you don’t have to attend Court.
The lawyer will try to determine if the offence occurred. If there is an element of doubt surrounding this or surrounding who was driving the vehicle they will show the Camera Partnership or the Police their evidence.
They will do this with an aim to overturn the ticket so you don’t have to attend Court.
If you plan to plead Not Guilty or there is doubt about who was driving or you wish to claim “mitigating circumstances” and admit you are guilty the lawyers will prepare your case and will represent you at Court. They will do this with an aim to obtain best outcome possible.
Here at Drive Protect, we have many articles with advice about speeding lawyers and speeding tickets that can prove helpful. A list of the articles can be found on our Speeding Ticket Articles page.
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