Here at Chiltern Law we have years of experience in dealing with drivers who are facing disqualification due to a totting up of accumulated points on their license.
What is ‘totting up’? Totting up is when a driver accumulates 12 or more points on their drivers license within a period of no more than 3 years. If a driver has previously been disqualified for a period of 56 days or more within 3 years from the relevant disqualification, they will be banned for 12 months instead of a 6 month ban.
This is where a court hearing comes into play to allow the defendant and their solicitors to convince the court to refrain from imposing a driving ban. Chiltern Law can prepare an exceptional hardship argument which focuses on your particular circumstances and highlighting facts that make your case exceptional. This could mean that committing a handful of minor offences can result in punishment that heavily outweighs the crime.
Chiltern Law have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in dealing with these cases and will guide you through the process every step of the way, with an exceptional level of service and attention to detail that goes into each and every case.