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Driving Offence Solicitors Cannock

Expert motoring, criminal, regulatory and licensing solicitors covering Cannock and the surrounding areas.

If you have committed a Driving Offence in Cannock or have received a Postal Requisition / Summons to attend Cannock Magistrates’ Court, call our Motoring Offence Solicitors on 0345 222 9955 or complete our Enquiry Form and one of our Specialist Motoring Offence Lawyers will respond to your enquiry by providing you with an initial telephone assessment about your Motoring Offence Prosecution.

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Specialist Motoring Lawyers Cannock

Our solicitors and barristers have substantial experience in representing motorists throughout the country for offences such as Drink Driving, Speeding, Exceptional Hardship Applications and very serious motoring offences such as Causing Death by Careless Driving.

Our lawyers frequently attend and successfully defend motorists appearing before Cannock Magistrates Court.

Avoid a Driving Ban in Cannock

If you have been charged with a motoring offence, you should firstly contact one of our specialist solicitors to establish whether you need legal representation for your case. In certain circumstances you may not require representation, if our lawyers form the opinion that you do not require a lawyer for your driving offence, they will inform you from the outset.

If you have a defence, our lawyers will inform you and will recommend that you plead not guilty. We would prepare your case for Trial and provide you with the best chance of being found Not Guilty.

In other circumstances, you may require a solicitor to represent you at Court for your Sentence Hearing to ‘Mitigate’ on your behalf. This is so that you receive the lowest sentence possible. Our lawyers frequently represent clients before Cannock Magistrates’ Court. They have many years’ experience in convincing the Court to take into consideration personal mitigation, which can result in avoiding a Driving Ban.

If you already have 6 to 9 penalty points endorsed upon your driving licence and you are facing additional points for a further driving offence, our lawyers can be instructed to make a Special Reasons Argument or an Exceptional Hardship Argument in an attempt to avoid a Driving Ban.

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Why Choose Kang & Co?

As most of our new clients come to us via personal or professional recommendation, we have a commitment to providing the highest quality legal advice and expertise. We have a unique approach, in that all our lawyers are fully qualified Solicitors or Barristers. This ensures that our clients only ever receive the best advice and representation throughout their case.

If you decide to become a client, you will have peace of mind knowing that your case will only ever be progressed by a highly experienced and qualified Solicitor or Barrister. This is to guarantee our service standards and provide the best prospects of a successful outcome.

As a law firm which prides itself on expertise and quality, as a business we promise the following:

  • Cases are only dealt with by Qualified Solicitors and/or Barristers
  • We provide clear cost information from the outset
  • A personal service
  • Initial telephone assessment of your case
  • A quick response time to your calls and messages
  • First class service

Recent Motoring Offence Cases

Exceptional Hardship:
Successful Application

We were instructed by Mr Machin to represent him at court for a exceptional hardship application to avoid a driving ban from a totting-up of points.

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Failing to Provide A Specimen:
CPS Discontinue Prosecution

Mrs Jones was being charged with “Failing to Provide a Specimen for Analysis” and was summonsed to attend Cannock Magistrates’ Court.

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Drink Driving:
Minimum Ban Imposed

Mr Singh appointed Kang & Co Solicitors  to represent him at his sentence hearing and to mitigate on his behalf after he was charged with drink driving

Funding A Driving Offence Case

Public Funding (Legal Aid) is not available for most Driving Offences, therefore, in most circumstances motoring crimes are funded on a private fee-paying basis. We have the best legal practioners who can be instructed on an hourly rate basis, or alternatively on a fixed-fee arrangement.

Covering All Types of Driving Offences

As a specialist motoring offence law firm, Kang & Co specialises in defending clients for every kind of driving offence. One of the most common offences we are appointed on is Speeding.

Being caught Speeding could potentially result in an outright disqualification, or a totting up disqualification. A charge of this type should be taken seriously, and expert legal advice should be sought as soon as possible. In preparing a case, each aspect of the evidence should be considered by an expert in their field. This would be to identify any weaknesses that may be present in the prosecution case, and also whether we believe a robust defence is available.

In certain circumstances, it will be appropriate to make an exceptional hardship application. Kang & Co Solicitors have expert practitioners with considerable experience in defending cases of speeding offences throughout the country. From our offices in Birmingham, Milton Keynes and London, we offer full country coverage for all motoring offences.


 Our Agreed Fees for Motoring Offence cases start from;

£1000 + VAT

Travelling from Cannock to Kang & Co Solicitors

Our office is conveniently located in the heart of Birmingham with excellent transport links. If an appointment has been arranged for you to meet with one of our lawyers, the most convenient way to attend our office is via railway. There are direct trains from Cannock Railway Station to Birmingham New Street. Our office is approx 2 minutes walk from the station. The journey takes approx 45 minutes by rail and there are generally trains every 30 minutes.

Cannock Magistrates’ Court

The local Magistrates’ Court deals with Criminal Law and Motoring Crimes committed in and around the Cannock area is Cannock Magristrates Court.

The address for Cannock Magistrates’ Court is:

The Court House
Wolverhampton Road
Staffordshire, WS11 1AT

How to get to Court from the Train Station

Cannock Magistrates’ Court is fairly easy to access from Cannock Railway Station. The quickest way to get from the train station to the Court House is by taxi. It is a 5 minute taxi ride from the station.

If you wish to walk from the station to court then you will have  a 1 mile trek to make. It will take around 20 minutes to walk from the station to   Cannock Magristrates Court.

Car Parking Near the Court

Should you decide to drive to Cannock Magistrates’ Court there is a reasonable sized car park in front of the Court House. If this car park is full the next closest car park is the ASDA Supermarket car park off the A4601 road. This is approximately 10-15 minutes walk from court. Make sure you arrive plenty of time before you hearing just in case the court car park is full.

Places to Eat  near the Court House

Day’s at court can sometimes be long, so it is ideal that there is access to refreshements nearby. The Magistrates’ Court in Cannock has ammenities on site with it’s own Tea Bar, where you can grab a drink and some food. 

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Cannock Magistrates' Court

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`What Our Clients Say

Excellent service. They explained the process and the options clearly. I got a 28 day driving ban instead of an expected 6 months totting up ban. The pricing was transparent and communication was good and easy.  David

Just wanted to drop you a line to say a huge thank you to both yourself (Manjinder Kang) and Mr. Shoker for a great result today in court.

Mr. Shoker was fantastic and presented my case in a no nonsense manner that enabled the magistrates to truly understand my position, and deal accordingly.  Paul Thomas

Amazing service overall. I was impressed with how fast I had responses from emails with any queries or questions. On the day of my meeting with Kang & Co all options were made very clear and the advice I was given provided the result I wanted! I highly recommend Kang & Co, especially for motoring convictions.  Joseph McBrearty


Top Tips on Attending Court from the Legal Experts

When to Arrive at Court

The Court Summons or Postal Requisition you have received will have a start time, this will be a 10am or 2pm start time. We recommend that you arrive 45 minutes before the time listed on The Court Summons or Postal Requisition. If you have been given a 10am time, we recommend arriving at Court just after 9am, it is also important to note that most Magistrates’ Courts open at 9am therefore, it is not necessary to attend before 9am. It is important that you are not late, therefore we recommend that you factor in unexpected traffic delays, road closures and travel disruptions into your travel time.

Interesting Legal Reads

A Quick Guide to Totting Up

In this "Quick Guide" we will take you through the law, the penalties and the defence for Totting Up (Totting-up) driving bans in England & Wales.‘Totting Up’ occurs when a motorist accumulates 12 (or more) active penalty points on their driving licence within a...

A Quick Guide to Drink Driving

In this "Quick Guide" we will take you through the law, the penalties and the defence for the offence of Drink Driving (otherwise known as Driving while under the influence of alcohol) in England and Wales.The offence of Drink Driving is contained within Section...

‘Deaths unavoidable’ on Birmingham smart motorway

Kang & Co director Manjinder Singh Kang was recently featured in the Birmingham Mail discussing the dangers presented by smart motorways, which have been highlighted to him from his own experiences with clients involved in smart motorway collisions. The potential...

What is the Sentence for Actual Bodily Harm?

If you have recently been charged with Actual Bodily Harm ABH, contrary to Section 47 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861, one of the key concerns or questions you may have is likely to be ‘what is the sentence for Section 47 ABH’. In this article, we shall...

A Quick Guide to Speeding Offences

In this "Quick Guide" we will take you through the law, the penalties and the defence for the offence of Speeding in England & Wales.Offences of exceeding the speed limit (speeding) are contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and fall into four classes,...

Can you go to Prison for Dangerous Driving?

If you have recently been charged with Dangerous Driving under Section 2 Road Traffic Act 1988, understandably you will be concerned about whether you will go to prison for the offence. In this short article, a specialist motoring defence solicitor will answer this...

How long is the ban for driving over 100mph?

If you have recently received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP), a Notice of Proposed Driving Disqualification or a Court Hearing for speeding over 100mph understandably you will be concerned and will want to know ‘How long is the ban for driving over 100mph?’...

How Long is the Ban for Drink Driving?

Have you recently been charged with Drink Driving? One of the common questions our clients ask our specialist driving offence solicitors is ‘How Long is the Ban for Drink Driving?’. In this short article, we shall briefly answer this question. The offence of driving...

What happens if you fail to provide a specimen of breath to the Police?

If you have recently been charged with Failing to Provide a Specimen for Analysis under Section 7(6) Road Traffic Act 1988, you may have some questions about your options before you attend the Magistrates’ Court. In this short article, our lawyers answer some common...

What Happens When I reach 12 Penalty Points?

If you have or are soon due to accumulate 12 penalty points onto your driving licence, understandably you will have questions and concerns regarding how this may impact upon your driving licence and whether you will receive a disqualification. In this short article,...

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Birmingham Head Office

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London Office

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Our Competitively Priced Agreed Fees for Motoring Offences start from £1,000 + VAT

Our Competitively Priced Fixed Fees for Criminal Offence cases start from £1,500 + VAT


An Excellent Service, Mr. Kang is a highly sought solicitor. Very knowledgeable about the subject to hand and extremely confident with the advice given to me at the time of a stressful situation.

I would recommend Kang and Co Solicitors above any other company I’ve spoken too.

Above all I got the outcome I desired based upon Mr. Kang expertise.​

Miss. P


Very clearly explained the process, took his time over getting a very clear and accurate history of events and mitigation. Barrister on the day was well prepared, went over key mitigation and presented it well in court, an excellent advocate. Barrister clearly explained possible outcomes and most realistic outcome.

Excellent service from initial contact to finishing the court case. Would recommend to anyone.

Robert Morris

Kang & Co Solicitors is a truly specialist high-end law firm providing legal advice and representation for all matters involving Criminal Law, Driving Offences, Transport Law, Pace Interviews, Regulatory Law and Licensing Law.

Our head office is located at 1 Victoria Square in Birmingham City Centre and we offer our services throughout England and Wales on a private fee-paying basis. We also have an office at 5 Chancery Lane in London and another office in central Milton Keynes. We are frequently instructed by individuals and businesses nationwide.

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Birmingham Office

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London Office

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Milton Keynes Office

100 Avebury Boulevard
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire, MK9 1FH

Business Hours

Monday – Friday
09:00 – 17:00
Weekends/Bank Holidays

Meetings at our offices are by Appointment Only

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