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A Successful Careless Driving Defence

09/08/2019

We are delighted to confirm the result of the hearing on behalf of a client who was charged with careless driving.  She was a Senior Consultant Anaesthetist who had been driving for many, many years.  She had an unblemished driving record.  She was horrified to receive correspondence from the police alleging the she had knocked […]

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A Real Example Of An Injunction

07/08/2019

We are delighted to confirm that we were successful in obtaining an injunction at the County Court last week on behalf of a client. What is an injuction? An prohibitory injunction is an order of the court to not do or cease doing something whereas a mandatory injunction is an order forcing someone to do […]

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Successfully applying for a Child Arrangements Order

25/10/2018

Sanders Witherspoon have successfully acted for the father on an application for a Child Arrangements Order. At that time, the child was living with her mother and spending time with her father. The father instructed us as he was seeking to alter this so that his daughter came to live with him permanently. A Section […]

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How to Appeal against a conviction for Dangerous Driving

19/10/2018

Contact Us about a Dangerous Driving Charge Sanders Witherspoon LLP are delighted to confirm the successful outcome of a long running ordeal for one of our clients charged with dangerous driving and failing to provide a specimen. The case had gone on for well over a year since our client was charged with driving his […]

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How to Appeal against using a mobile phone whilst driving

19/10/2018

For help with contesting a mobile phone conviction contact us now We are delighted to confirm the result of a hearing at the Magistrates Court this week which resulted in an acquittal to a mobile phone prosecution. Our client was summonsed in relation to using a mobile phone whilst driving. He was stationary in traffic […]

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How to Appeal against a conviction

19/10/2018

We are delighted to confirm that, the Court of Appeal reviewed our client’s sentence for theft and reduced his sentence from 4 years to 3 years imprisonment. Tim Gir, Criminal Solicitor and our senior partner, said “our client had previously pleaded guilty to theft of £53,000 from his employer. He was in a position of […]