Driving Offence Solicitors Wolverhampton
Expert motoring, criminal, regulatory and licensing solicitors covering Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas.
Kang & Co Solicitors is a leading Driving Offence Law Firm which frequently represents motorists, business owners and Transport Companies for Motoring Offences in Wolverhampton and surrounding areas. Our lawyers specialise in all types of Motoring Offences from Death by Dangerous Driving through to less serious offences such as Speeding and Failing to Provide Driver Details.
If you are facing a Driving Offence Prosecution and due to appear before Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court or Wolverhampton Crown Court, call our Specialist Driving Offence Solicitors on 0345 222 9955 or complete our Enquiry Form for a No Obligation Initial Telephone Assessment about your Driving Offence.
Why Kang & Co Driving Offence Solicitors
We are a specialist law firm with a team of dedicate and experienced Solicitor and Barristers based at our offices at 1 Victoria Square, Birmingham. Our genuine specialism within Driving Offences ensures that we are frequently instructed by motorists living and working in Wolverhampton.
As a law firm dedicated to providing first class client care and robust legal representation in Court, we are ranked as one of the Best Driving Offence Solicitors in Birmingham and hold a 5 Star client satisfaction rating on Google Reviews, Trustpilot and Yell.
We are different to other Driving Offence Solicitors in Wolverhampton because we:
- Only Have Qualified Solicitors & Barristers
- Provide A No Obligation Telephone Assessment
- Provide A First-Class Service
- Provide Fixed Fees
- Offer A Personal Service
- Have Quick Response Times
Driving Offences Covered at Wolverhampton Crown Court
If you are facing a prosecution for a serious driving offence such a Death by Careless Driving, it is vital that you appoint a skilled and experienced team of lawyers to defend your case before Wolverhampton Crown Court.
The Solicitor or Barristers you choose to instruct will be instrumental in the outcome of the case and whether you retain your liberty and reputation. Our lawyers will provide honest and clear honest from the outset and will ensure that your case is developed and progressed in the best possible manner.
Our Solicitors and Barristers can be instructed to represent any serious Driving Offence case before Wolverhampton Crown Court, which includes prosecutions for Death by Dangerous Driving, Death by Careless Driving and Dangerous Driving.
The address for Wolverhampton Crown Court is:
Wolverhampton Combined Court Centre,
West Midlands, WV1 3LQ.
Driving Offences Covered at Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court
If you have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP), Postal Requisition or Court Summons to appear before Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court for a Driving Offence, call 0345 222 9955 or complete our Contact Form to find out how we can defend your driving prosecution or assist with avoiding a Driving Ban.
Our Solicitors are frequently appointed to represent drivers at Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court for offences such as Speeding, Careless Driving, Totting Up, Failing to Provide Driver Details, Drink Driving, Failing to Stop / Report, Driving Without Insurance and Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving.
The address for the Magistrates’ Court in Wolverhampton is:
Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court,
West Midlands, WV1 1RA.
Defending Your Driving Prosecution at Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court
If you believe you are not guilty for the offence you are being prosecuted for, or you have a defence, our solicitors can be instructed to represent you or your company at Trial.
What is a trial?
A ‘trial’ is a contested Court hearing. Trials will take place if there is an allegation against an individual or company, and that individual or company denies the allegation, such matters will usually progress to trial.
As an example, a person (the Defendant) may face a prosecution for careless driving, and the Defendant believes he or she has not committed the offence of careless driving and is not guilty, in such circumstances the Defendant would enter a plea of ‘not guilty’ and the case would be adjourned for a trial to take place.
What is the purpose of a trial?
The purpose of a trial is to establish whether the person or company being prosecuted is guilty of the alleged offence. Using the example mentioned above (careless driving), the purpose of the trial is to establish whether the Defendant is guilty of the alleged offence. Simply because a person pleads not guilty it does not mean that the case is concluded. Trials are a mechanism used to determine the outcome (guilty / not guilty).
Avoid A Driving Ban Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court
Once you have received our initial assessment from one of our solicitors about your driving prosecution in Wolverhampton, our lawyers will be able to advise you on whether a Special Reasons Argument or an Exceptional Hardship Application is applicable to your circumstances. If successful you could avoid receiving a Driving Ban from Wolverhampton Magistrates Court.
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