The law relating to speeding offences is deceptively complicated. In recent years, there has been an explosion in the number of prosecutions that rely on the evidence of speed cameras and other speed detection devices.
There has also been a massive increase in the number of prosecutions brought against individuals who have failed to provide information identifying the driver, with many of these cases receiving extensive media coverage.
Although a guilty plea is frequently unavoidable, speeding prosecutions and prosecutions for failing to provide information can, on occasions, be successfully defended.
Sonn Macmillan Walker will give you the necessary advice to enable you to decide whether there is any merit in defending a speeding prosecution.