Kangs represent former England cricket captain Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff


Kangs Solicitors successfully represented former international cricketer and MBE Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff at Carlisle Magistrates Court.

Mr Flintoff pleaded guilty to an offence of speeding on the M6 earlier this year. Following submissions concerning the impact a disqualification would have on his children and his charitable work, the Court found exceptional hardship and allowed Mr Flintoff to retain his licence, meaning he can continue with his current filming and charitable commitments.

Kangs Solicitors also represented Mr Flintoff in proceedings before Manchester Magistrates Court in June of this year.

Both cases were conducted by Hamraj Kang and Helen Holder of Kangs Solicitors

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