Road Traffic Offences primarily relate to the manner in which vehicles are driven and the state of the vehicle itself. Although, for the majority of people, using and maintaining a vehicle is a part of daily life, the rules that everyone is subject to are surprisingly complex. Importantly, there are many procedural and evidential requirements that must be satisfied by the Crown when prosecuting you; if they aren’t, then you will be acquitted. It is therefore essential to instruct a specialist criminal defence firm, such as Graham Walker Solicitors, with a wealth of experience in defending people accused of road traffic offences if you want to avoid a conviction or keep your licence.
We are one of the busiest specialist criminal defence firms in Glasgow. And, because road traffic offences together comprise the most frequently prosecuted offences in the Scottish Criminal Courts, we have a wealth of experience in the area and are highly regarded for our abilities.
Furthermore, we place a huge emphasis on our client care. Although it is standard to ensure that certain regulatory requirements are met when it comes to client care, we take it a step further. If you instruct Graham Walker Solicitors to defend you in your road traffic case, you will receive first class client care from the outset to the conclusion of your case. You will have access to us 24/7; we will update you regularly throughout the lifetime of your case; and we will go above and beyond to ensure that you are looked after and know precisely what is going on with your case.
Don’t worry if you have been charged with something that does not appear above. The offences under the Road Traffic Act 1988 and associated Acts are numerous and it would be impractical to list them all. If you are unsure about the nature of the offence that you are charged with, please don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance – we are more than happy to help.
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