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Guilty Plea Representation to Reduce Your Penalty

Motoring Offences

If you plead guilty to a motoring offence we can put forward mitigation to help minimise the penalty against you. Benefit from the experience of Cartwright King’s trusted Motoring Law team to present your case to the Court in the right way and help limit the penalty you receive.

Get in touch with a trusted Cartwright King Motoring Offence Lawyer today for guilty plea representation.

How Cartwright King can help you

Entering a guilty plea and attending Court can be unsettling. Instructing a Cartwright King Motoring Offence Lawyer means that you will have legal representation at every stage of your case, helping to settle your nerves, advise you on what entering a guilty plea means and helping to guide you through the process.

We can help with:

  • Advising you on what entering a guilty plea will mean
  • Preparing a guilty plea in mitigation
  • Representing you in Court

Benefit from a free, initial telephone conversation

If you plan to enter a guilty plea for a motoring offence, you can benefit from a free, initial telephone call with a specialist Cartwright King Motoring Offence Lawyer to understand your legal rights and to assess your options.

There’s no substitute for speaking to one of our specialist solicitors to get the right advice, and starting to prepare mitigation.

For immediate action, contact us today for your free* initial discussion.

The discussion is completely informal and confidential, and is an opportunity for us to:

  • Get to know you 
  • Understand your situation
  • Agree how you want to proceed

*Please be aware that this is a ‘get to know you’ call and no advice will be given.

Why choose Cartwright King for guilty plea representation?

Having an experienced Motoring Offence Lawyer representing you is often the difference when it comes to avoiding a driving ban, penalty points or imprisonment.

We listen, we understand and we genuinely care about minimising penalties and punishments against you. That’s why we offer sound, honest, reliable legal advice to ensure that you understand your rights when pleading guilty to a motoring offence.

Working with a specialist Cartwright King solicitor gives you the assurance of having access to legal counsel who will advise you at every stage of your case

We know that if you plead guilty to a motoring offence it can affect other areas of your life. That’s why we will do everything we can to keep any penalty or punishment handed down to a minimum.

We’re committed to defending your legal rights and ensuring that you’re treated fairly throughout your case. When you need us most, we’ll be there to offer sound, sensible legal advice and sure guidance.  

We’re a trusted, resourceful Legal 500 top tier law firm with specialist solicitors that are calm under pressure, giving you counsel that you can count on.

We're here for you.

Frequently asked questions.

If you decide to instruct a Cartwright King Motoring Offence Lawyer to represent you in Court, you will only be required to confirm your name and address and confirmation of the plea you want to enter.

Upon entering a guilty plea, the prosecution will outline the facts of your case. Your Cartwright King Motoring Offence Lawyer will then address the Court on your behalf, at which point, any mitigating circumstances will be presented in relation to the offence committed.

Imprisonment depends on the circumstances of your case. A custodial sentence can only be applied for more serious motoring offences such as:

  • Drink or drug driving 
  • Causing death or injury by careless driving
  • Dangerous driving 
  • Driving while disqualified

For less serious offences like speeding, failure to provide information, driving without insurance or traffic light offences, a custodial sentence is unlikely.

The Magistrates’ Court will often consider imprisonment for conviction of a drink driving offence where an alcohol level reading is much higher than the legal limit or if you have a history of similar offences.