A Summons is a legal document that specifies the charge against you. If you receive a Summons through the post you must attend court on the date specified in the Summons. If you simply ignore it and fail to attend court you are likely to be found guilty in your absence. You may even find yourself being arrested by the police.
It is vital that you take legal advice immediately. Remember that the initial advice from Marcus is free of charge. Marcus will take immediate action to try and stop your case going to court. He will be able to obtain an adjournment of your case whilst he obtains all relevant documentation from the police and the prosecution. He will analyse all the evidence to find any available ‘loophole’ and consider all defences open to you.
If the police and / or the prosecution cannot supply Marcus with the requested information then your case may never reach court. Marcus is experienced in requesting information that he knows the police will have difficulty answering.
Even if your case does go to court Marcus is able to represent you personally and, therefore, you may not need to attend. Marcus is an experienced speeding defence law advocate and his intention is to win your case. If he does so he will be able to request that his fees are paid from Central Funds. This means that you may not need to pay anything at all for his representation
Attending court is a terrifying experience for most people. If you are thinking of representing yourself, without the help of a solicitor, please think again. Nobody in the court will be there to do you any favours and the person prosecuting you will be an experienced lawyer from the Crown Prosecution Service. You need to have a solicitor on your side. Please telephone Marcus now or complete the online assessment for a free discussion of your case.
Marcus has written several booklets to assist you if you are considering challenging the case yourself, along with standard letters, that you can download immediately. These can be found at the Document Downloads page.
For an informal discussion of your case please telephone Marcus on 07810 804464. If you would prefer not to telephone, please complete the online assessment form.