Road Traffic Offence Case Defended for Glasgow Man

Glasgow Lawyers Defend Road Traffic Offence

KinLoch Lawyers in Glasgow represented a young man who was self employed as a mechanic and a breakdown recovery driver..

Charged Failing to Provide Name and Address

He was charged with failing to provide the name and address of the driver of the vehicle under Section 172 of the Road Traffic Act 1988.

This carries 6 points and would have been devastating to his job. He would have lost his job and the ramifications for his wife and children would have been horrendous.

Lawyers Argument with Prosecution

Kinloch Lawyers argued with the Prosecutor that the Police had to establish a crime had been committed before they could request the information..

The Crown Persuaded to Drop the Case

What the Prosecutor Agreed

Eventually the Prosecutor agreed and said Police cannot simply turn up and say "oh by the way, we were told your vehicle was in a crime where there was an offence" and after intense discussions, the Crown were persuaded to drop the case. This was a great result for the client.

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