Driving Offence Solicitors Kidderminster
Our motoring law services
- Careless Driving
- Death by Dangerous Driving
- Death by Careless Driving
- Dangerous Driving
- Drink Driving
- Driving Ban
- Driving Licence Revoked on Medical Grounds
- Drug Driving
- Driving Without Due Care and Attention
- Driving Without Insurance
- Exceptional Hardship Applications
- Failing to Provide Driver Information
- Failing to Provide a Specimen for Analyse
- Failing to Stop and Report a Road Accident
- New Driver Revocation
- Police Station Interview
- Running A Red Light
- Sentencing Hearings
- Special Reasons Hearings
- Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving
We are a Specialist Driving Offence Law Firm covering motoring prosecutions in and around the Kidderminster area. If you are due to appear before Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court for a Motoring Offence and are at risk of receiving a Driving Ban or would like to defend your driving prosecution, call our Driving Offence Solicitors on 0345 222 9955 or complete our Enquiry Form for Free Legal Advice about your Motoring Prosecution at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court.
Kang & Co Solicitors – Covering Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court
Our offices are based at 1 Victoria Square, Birmingham and our Solicitors and Barristers are frequently appointed by motorists living and working in Kidderminster to provide legal advice and representation for motoring offences which are heard before Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court.
The address for Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court is:
Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court, Comberton Place, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 1QQ
The Magistrates’ Court is a short walk from Kidderminster Railway Station and has a car park directly opposite. We recommend using public transport or attending Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court with a friend or relative if you are at risk of receiving a driving ban, as the driving ban will be imposed immediately at Court and you will be committing further driving offences (Driving Whilst Disqualified and Driving Without Insurance) if you drive your vehicle home after receiving a driving ban.
If you are attending Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court for the first time for a Driving Offence, read our article ‘Attending Court For The First Time’ which provide useful recommendations and guidance for attending Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court for a motoring offence.
Why Choose Kang & Co Driving Offence Solicitors
If you are being prosecuted for a Driving Offence, you should initially take free preliminary telephone advice from our solicitors by calling 0345 222 9955 or by completing our Enquiry Form, our lawyers will be able to provide guidance on whether you should instruct a solicitor for your driving offence.
We are different to other law firms because:
- We are a Specialist Driving Offence Law Firm
- We only have Qualified Solicitors & Barristers working on client files
- Our offices are conveniently located in Birmingham City Centre
- We offer Face to Face meeting for all our clients
- We provide Honest and Practical Advice
- We offer Fixed Fees for our legal services
- We provide a Personal and Bespoke Service
As we are an ethical law firm which is committed to providing excellent client care, honest advice and robust representation for all motoring prosecutions at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court, it is no surprise that we are ranked as one of the Best Driving Offence Law Firms in Birmingham and have 5 Star Reviews on Yell, Trustpilot and Google Reviews. Because of our commitment to providing outstanding legal services, many of our clients come to us via personal recommendation and referral.
Totting Up Solicitors in Kidderminster
If a motorist accumulates 12 or more active penalty points upon his / her driving licence, the motorist will be considered by the Court as a ‘Totter’ and will receive a ‘Penalty Points Driving Disqualification’ of at least 6 months. If you rely upon your driving licence for work or personal circumstances our lawyers can assist by advancing an Exceptional Hardship Application on your behalf to the Magistrates or District Judge sitting at Kidderminster.
Exceptional Hardship Application Procedure
If you are considering making an exceptional hardship application to avoid a driving ban, you should appoint a motoring offence solicitor to stand a realistic chance of being successful with your exceptional hardship application. Our Solicitors and Barristers are skilled and experienced in successfully advancing exceptional hardship applications to the Court, call us on 03452229955 or complete our Enquiry Form for more information.
An exceptional hardship application must be made in Court, which can be a difficult and frightening experience for people who are not familiar with the Courts or Criminal Justice System.
The precise procedure for an exceptional hardship application varies between each Court. In some Courts, a defendant may be required to take an oath and give live oral evidence before the Magistrates’ or District Judge of his / her circumstances. This evidence of the defendant is usually cross-examined by the Prosecutor, Magistrates or Judge to determine exactly how ‘exceptional’ the hardship really is.
At Kang & Co Solicitors, we have a wealth of experience in this area and this is proven within our success rates in assisting drivers in avoiding driving disqualifications. Our motoring lawyers have the appropriate knowledge of the various exceptional hardship arguments that can be put before the
Court forward and can also advise you on the necessary evidence to support and strengthen the Exceptional Hardship Argument.
What amounts to Exceptional Hardship varies depending on personal circumstances. However, the following are some arguments which have been used to persuade the Court of Exceptional Hardship:
- Impact on family members
- Personal/financial implications
- Impact on business
- Inability to care for elderly / disabled individuals
- Loss of employment
- Impact on employee
Driving Offences We Cover For Kidderminster
Our Solicitors and Barristers are experienced at defending drivers from the most serious offences such as Death by Dangerous Driving through to Speeding. Our lawyers are available to provide legal representation for the full range of driving offences which includes Careless Driving, Drink Driving, Driving Without Insurance, Failing to Provide Driver Details, Filing to Stop / Report an Accident, Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving and Special Reasons Hearings.
Driving Offence Trial at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court
If you believe you are not guilty of the Driving Offence you are being prosecuted for and would like to progress your case to a ‘Trial’ our lawyers can be appointed to advise you upon the chances of success, preparing your case and representing you or your company at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court during the trial.
If you would like more information about having a Driving Offence Trial at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court, read our Article which explains the trial process.
Driving Offence Sentence Hearing at Kidderminster
If you already have penalty points endorsed upon your driving licence and have received a postal requisition to attend Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court for a driving offence where the Magistrates or District Judge has discretion on the number of points to endorse upon you driving licence (Speeding or Careless Driving), there is a risk you could receive a driving ban under the totting up provisions. In such circumstances it would be useful to speak with once of our Solicitors by calling 0345 222 9955 before attending the Court in Kidderminster.
If you would like to know how we can assist with avoiding a driving disqualification at Kidderminster, read our page on Sentence Hearings.
As a National Driving Offence law firm, we are appointed to represent motorists throughout England and Wales. Our lawyers frequently represent motorists in Birmingham, Tamworth, Nottingham, Kidderminster, Walsall, Cannock, Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield, Coventry, Leamington Spa, Derby, Nuneaton, Stafford, Telford, Wolverhampton, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Leicester.
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