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Speeding Offence Solicitors Glasgow

This is the most common driving offence you may be charged with. A conviction of speeding in Scotland can lead to the imposition of 3 to 6 penalty points and the Court retains a discretionary power to disqualify you from driving in circumstances where the alleged speed is deemed to be grossly excessive.

You may not be at risk of disqualification but may have received a fixed penalty notice or conditional offer carrying a fine and 3 point endorsement and you consider the avoidance of a further 3 penalty points on your licence to be a worthwhile pursuit. If so, you have a period of 28 days from the issue of the fixed penalty notice either to conform to its terms or to challenge it by having your case heard in court.

Alternatively, you may be facing the possibility of disqualification either as a result of grossly excessive speed or by virtue of the fact a further 3 penalty points would bring you to having incurred 12 or more points on your licence within three years (‘totting up’). If this is the case, and you have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution or a formal court citation for speeding, it is important that you seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity.

Contact our Road Traffic Defence Lawyers Glasgow

It’s never too soon to get in touch. Call us today on 0141 530 1381 or use our online enquiry form. Our solicitors will deal with your enquiry in the strictest of confidence.