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    New Driver Escapes Revocation - October 2018

    Motoring solicitor Laura Newton represented a New Driver, who had held his licence for less than 2 years. He had found himself driving without insurance and would ordinarily have received 6 points on his Licence. As a New Driver his licence would have been revoked. The implications would include losing […]

    Driver Escapes Immediate Custody for Causing Serious Injury by Dangerous Driving  - September 2018

    Harry Bowyer was instructed in this manner by a highly regarded firm of Motoring Lawyers to mitigate for one of their clients who had been found guilty of Causing Serious Injury by Dangerous Driving and had lost confidence in the trial advocate. The facts of the matter were quite straight […]

    Devon Freewheelers Blood Bike Volunteer Acquitted On All Charges - July 2018

    A volunteer riding for the Devon Freewheelers (DFW), represented at court by barrister Harry Bowyer, was stopped by an Officer of the Devon and Cornwall Police whilst transporting surgical instruments urgently required by the Nuffield Hospital. He was charged with speeding and riding a vehicle fitted with sirens. The Officer […]

    Truck Driver Avoids Court following Dangerous Driving Allegation -

    SBC represented an HGV driver involved in a three-vehicle motorway collision. The police decided to interview the driver under caution on suspicion of dangerous driving. SBC was able to get access to the CCTV footage of the incident prior to the police interview and advise the HGV driver accordingly. A […]

    Truck Driver Found Not Guilty of Mobile Phone Offence - May 2018

    A Lorry driver was summonsed to the Magistrates Court after a police officer alleged that he had been seen using a mobile phone behind the wheel The Lorry driver denied the offence and instructed SBC to defend him at trial. If found guilty he would have faced 6 points, a fine, […]

    Driving in a Car Park with Excess Alcohol – Public or Private Road? Prosecution Withdrawn - March 2018

    Laura Newton, motoring defence solicitor, was instructed to act for a driver who had given a very high alcohol breath reading after being involved in a RTA in his work car park. She was able to make arguments to the prosecution showing that the car park was not a public […]

    Good Result for Lorry Driver Prosecuted for Careless Driving - January 2018

    This lorry driver had been involved in a road traffic collision on a major UK motorway. Whilst driving his HGV, he had failed to notice another car which had merged on to the motorway into his blindspot. This resulted in a collision between the two vehicles, and the prosecution of […]

    HGV Driver Sentenced for Causing Death by Dangerous Driving - November 2017

    This HGV driver, represented at the Crown Court by barrister Harry Bowyer, had collided with a queue of stationary cars killing one driver and injuring others. He had been on the telephone at the time and also faced further counts relating to “card pulling” and other driver’s hours infringements. This […]

    Van Driver Not Guilty Of Causing Death By Dangerous Driving - May 2017

    An extremely sad case where this driver, represented by Harry Bowyer, hit and killed a 42 year old woman who was riding an electric bicycle home from work in the early hours of the morning. The van driver, also returning from work, was driving within the speed limit, on his […]

    Drink Drive Prosecution Withdrawn – Post Driving Consumption - April 2017

    Our Motoring Solicitor Laura Newton was instructed to act for a driver who was charged with a drink drive offence. His vehicle had been found abandoned following an accident on an icy country lane. There were no other vehicles or people involved. Police traced the registered keeper of the vehicle […]

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