Specialist Divorce and Family Solicitors. Call us now on 01202 805211

Specialist Divorce and Family Solicitors. Call us now on 01202 805211
David Williams and Sarah Jordan of Jordan Williams Law Ltd.

Specialist Divorce and Family Solicitors.

Call us now on 01202 805211

David Williams and Sarah Jordan of Jordan Williams Law Ltd.

Specialist Divorce and Family Solicitors.

Call us now on 01202 805211

Road Traffic Offences Guidelines

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We offer a free no obligation consultation either by telephone, by meeting, or by considering documents of up to 15 minutes.

Our charges for advice and representation for Road Traffic Offences are here

Advice and representation in respect of Road Traffic cases is available from David Williams one of our two Directors. David has over 20 years’ experience dealing with road traffic cases as well as over 40 years’ experience in family law matters.

David qualified as a legal executive in 1985 and was admitted as a solicitor in December 1988. He has been a director of Jordan Williams Law since the practice was sent up with Sarah Jordan on 1 September 2013.

David regularly appears in the Magistrates Courts in Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire. He offers advice and representation in cases further afield by instructing solicitor agents or Counsel to cover the hearing, if necessary.

Key stages of any case include the following :-
  • Consideration of the strength of the evidence and the facts and assessing the basis of any defence in law or relevant mitigation.
  • Obtaining full instructions, preparing statements or proofs of evidence from you and any relevant witnesses as to fact.
  • Considering whether an expert witness is required or specialist advice from a barrister (counsel).
  • Liaising with the Court, the Police or Crown Prosecution Service, requesting disclosure of evidence, arrangements for listing the case for hearing and case management directions.
  • Attending Court, entering a plea, advocacy and making sure the client’s case is properly and fairly put to the Court.
  • Explaining the Court’s sentencing powers and the ranges available.
  • Explaining the sentence imposed by the Court.
  • Considering whether the client should appeal.

More in depth discussions and advice as to the merits of an appeal fall outside our fixed fee scheme, as does preparing cases for appeal including briefing counsel.