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Motoring Offences

All Road Traffic Offences

Our experienced road traffic law team, supervised by Nigel Sloane based at our Hull office and Vicky Lee, based between our Scunthorpe and Grimsby offices are able to advise and assist on all aspects of road traffic law and offences and where necessary, attend Court and represent your best interests in relation to offences which include speeding, careless and dangerous driving, drink driving, no insurance, any offences where penalty point accumulation causes danger of loss of licence, Tachograph and road haulage offences, special reasons and exceptional hardship arguments against loss of licence and all other road traffic offences.

  • speeding, careless and dangerous driving
  • drink driving
  • driving without insurance
  • any offences where penalty point accumulation causes danger of loss of licence
  • Tachograph and road haulage offences
  • Special reasons and exceptional hardship arguments against loss of licence
  • All other road traffic offences


Your matter will be charged at an hourly rate. The team’s hourly rates are as follows:

  • Vicky Lee                     £220 plus VAT
  • Nigel Sloane                 £220 plus VAT
  • Andrew Shipley          £220 plus VAT
  • Amy Hutton            £168 plus VAT
  • Chelsea Curtis      £220 plus VAT
  • Craig Davy                £220 plus VAT
  • Ian Durant                  £220 plus VAT
  • Joe Painter                £220 plus VAT
  • Kelly Cooper               £191 plus VAT
  • Lawrence Watts £191 plus VAT
  • Matthew Coggin         £220 plus VAT
  • Stacy Smith                £170 plus VAT
  • Suleman Baig £220 plus VAT


Initial consultation over the telephone – free

Face to face discussion and advice appointment – £100.00 plus VAT

Advocate representation at a single hearing – from £350.00 plus VAT

Exceptional hardship/special reasons argument – from £400.00 plus VAT

Complex cases including trials – from £800.00 plus VAT

The exact cost will depend on your individual circumstances, for example if the matter proceeds to trial, it will be at the higher end of the scale. Other factors that may affect the final price include:

  • The fee earner dealing with your matter
  • whether there are any witnesses involved, and if so, how many
  • whether advice and assistance is required in respect of any appeal
  • whether any expert witnesses are required

Key Stages of the Matter

  • Meet with your solicitor to provide instruction on what happened
  • Consideration of initial disclosure, and any other evidence and provide advice
  • Arrange to take any witness statements, if necessary
  • Providing advice in relation to plea and likely sentence
  • Explaining the Court procedure to you so you know what to expect on the day of your hearing, and the sentencing options available to the court
  • Preparation of any further paperwork
  • Attend court on the day and meet with you prior to the hearing
  • We will discuss the outcome with you. We will provide advice on appeal, if required.

How long will my matter take?

Guilty pleas will be concluded at the first court hearing.

Subject to Court Listing availability special reasons and exceptional hardship cases will be concluded within 3 months and trials within 5 months