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Having the support of a solicitor experienced in successfully defending clients accused of road traffic offences is essential when seeking to make an exceptional hardship argument. If you are at risk of being disqualified from driving as a result of the “totting up” provisions, you may be able to challenge a prospective ban.

This may be the case if, for example, you were prevented from continuing in your job or from assisting and supporting others in your family. Wilford Smith’s Road Traffic Solicitors have the skills, knowledge and determination to robustly and effectively make such an argument on your behalf, meticulously preparing all relevant documents and evidence to achieve the best outcome in your case.

If you are seeking to argue exceptional hardship, you will need to attend court, to give evidence and be prepared to answer any questions put to you by magistrates and/or the prosecution. This can be an intimidating and stressful prospect, but Wilford Smith’s Criminal Defence Solicitors, who specialise in representing clients in road traffic cases, will support you to put forward a robust argument in order persuade the court not to disqualify you. Our experience in making exceptional hardship arguments enables our lawyers to expertly guide you through this process, pinpointing information that will be supportive of your case, giving you with the best possible chance of retaining your licence.
Contact our Road Traffic Solicitors in London, Sheffield and Manchester

Our Criminal Defence Teams are based in London, Sheffield and Manchester and assist clients throughout England and Wales. Find out more information on our fees here. Contact us today on 0808 168 5813 to find out how we can help.