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2 Vicars Lane, Chester CH1 1QX



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Motoring


We have a strong record of representing clients who are facing motoring offences. We pride ourselves on the fact that we provide honest and realistic legal advice. We will not simply tell you the answers that you want to hear, we will give you expert advice based on many years of experience.

You will have no doubt heard of the many “loopholes” that lawyers use to ensure their clients “get off with it”. However the reality is much different, there are no secret loopholes but there are legal arguments that can be put forward in certain cases, for instance to seek to avoid a disqualification from driving or to avoid penalty points being endorsed on your driving licence.

Many people will wait until they have been summoned to court, however obtaining independent advice at the earliest stage can often make a big difference to how the case proceeds. In some cases we can assist in avoiding the case ever reaching the court.

We can provide different levels of advice and representation to best suit your budget. We can provide you with initial advice only, we can provide you with advice and then make written submissions to the court on your behalf or we can provide you with complete representation where we give you advice throughout your case and attend court to represent you in person.

These are a selection of the types of events which we can help you with:-
  • Dangerous/Careless Driving
  • Failing to Identify a Driver
  • Contravening a Traffic Signal, Sign or Road Marking
  • Drunk in Charge of a Vehicle
  • New Driver Offences
  • Exceptional Hardship
  • Revocation of Driving Licence on Medical Grounds
  • Special Reasons
  • Early Return of a Driving Licence
  • Speeding
  • Drink Driving
  • Driving Without Insurance
  • Failing to Stop/Failing to Report
  • Penalty Points - 'Totting Up'
  • Using a Mobile Phone
  • Drug Driving
  • Failing to Provide a Specimen
  • Driving Whilst Disqualified
Example cases which we have recently dealt with:

Our client pleaded guilty to speeding, he was travelling at 107 mph in a 70 mph speed limit. The Sentencing Guidelines suggest that the court should consider disqualifying a driver for between 7 and 56 days for this speed. However we were able to successfully persuade the court not to impose a disqualification from driving.

Our client had signed and returned a notice of intended prosecution accepting that she was the driver of the vehicle at the relevant time when it was travelling at almost double the speed limit. She was prosecuted and summoned to attend court. She later realised that she was not driving at the time and in fact it was her son who was speeding. We were able to successfully persuade the court that she was not the driver and she was found not guilty of speeding.
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Allington Hughes Law is a trading name of Allington Hughes Limited. Registered office is 10 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham LL11 1SD

Registered in England and Wales. Company registration number 07831162.

Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority number 597867

V.A.T. registration number 166 8213 93