Attending Court

It is not always necessary to attend Court and a letter of mitigation may be sufficient. Sometimes the Court will require you to attend as there is potential for a driving ban to be imposed. This does not mean one will be imposed but it is highly recommended that you have legal advice prior to the hearing or at Court to prepare and present your mitigation successfully. This could make the difference between being banned and retaining your licence.

Information must be laid before the Court within 6 months and following this a summons will be issued. The obligation is to lodge the information with the Court within 6 months but you can still receive summons after this period has expired.

Why choose us?

At Darton Law, our specialist team of Solicitors has experience in representing individuals accused of a variety of matters. We provide a professional and efficient service which will leave you confident that you are receiving the best advice and representation. We know that being accused of an offence is not an everyday event. We aim to provide easy to understand information and advice so you know where you stand and what options you have available throughout the process.

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