Speeding Offences & The Blame Game | Driving Case Solicitors


A former Police Officer whose 20 year career has come to end after a misconduct hearing earlier this year has now been sacked by Staffordshire Police. The case was opened following an investigation by the force which revealed the former officer had previously provided his father’s details for a speeding offence and his father had even attended a speed awareness course for his son.

To avoid a six month driving ban, the former police officer persuaded his father to pretend that he had been driving the car at the time of the offence. The Judge said “had it not of been for the fact that you got caught speeding again, you may well have got away with it.” The former police officer has now accepted Perverting the Course of Justice and has been handed a four month prison sentence.
In this instance the manner in which the original offence was handled led to a custodial sentence. This is one of many reported cases that have recently been highlighted by the media but many others exist and some involve high profile individuals. It is important that clients are offered the correct advice at an early stage and that such cases are dealt with properly and professionally.

How can Kangs Solicitors help with Motoring & Driving Offences?

At Kangs Solicitors we appreciate that often it may be the first time you have faced investigation or prosecution of any kind and therefore you require the best representation.
We can help simplify the complex area of motoring law as we have an in-depth knowledge and experience of defending a variety of motoring and driving offences.
Our team of specialist solicitors are recognised nationally for successfully defending motoring and driving prosecutions and where necessary strongly mitigating on behalf of our clients to persuade the court not to endorse penalty points or to impose a driving disqualification.

Our Experience as Motoring Solicitors

Kangs Solicitors deal with motoring and driving related prosecutions at all levels from speeding offences to more serious matters such as causing death by dangerous driving. Whatever the allegation our experienced team of solicitors can help you.

Other examples of motoring and driving related offences that Kangs Solicitors deal with include:

  • Speeding
  • Driving whilst disqualified
  • Driving without due care and attention
  • Causing death by careless driving
  • Dangerous driving
  • Taking without owners consent
  • Aggravated vehicle taking

Recent Cases

We have a strong track record in defending a wide range of driving related matters and below are a sample of some recent cases conducted by our team of expert solicitors.

If you require any advice or assistance in this area please feel free to contact Mr Suki Randhawa or Helen Holder at Kangs Solicitors who will be happy to provide you with an initial consultation and offer you some expert guidance.

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