Speeding Offence Lawyer

Do you require an expert Speeding Offence Lawyer? If you have been charged with speeding then we can investigate the street signage, visibility and other technical requirements needed for a prosecution to be successful.

Speed restrictions are determined by the nature of the road – A class, motorway etc and whether or not it is in a built-up area. All other speed restrictions, such as those due to road works, schools etc. must be backed up by local by-law. The accuracy and reliability of devices, such as speed cameras, can also be challenged at trial; the police must prove that the device is working properly.

If you are facing disqualification under the totting up procedure, we may be able to argue exceptional hardship to avoid or minimize penalty. One such case recently, saw the client facing disqualification for 6 months; instead he was disqualified for 1 month and received a fine.ON another occasion the client was charged with travelling at 114mph and we were able to persuade the court to not disqualify.

Speeding in Scotland: the Law

Road Traffic Regulation Act Sections 14 & 16: Exceeding Speed Limit

IT is the most common road traffic offence. The offences carry with it a minimum endorsement of 3 penalty points and a fine. If you go to court the fine and endorsement can be higher.

If an offence is being prosecuted in any court a period of disqualification can be imposed. If you are caught driving on the motorway at a speed in excess of 100mph then you will normally be looking at a period of disqualification.Although on occassion you can if you are properly prepared persuade the court to be sympathetic and impose points and not a disqualification.

If a driver receives more than 12 points on his licence within a period of 3 years he will be disqualified under the totting up procedure unless special reasons or exceptional hardship can be argued.

How We Can Help

Client was charged with speeding on the M74 at a speed of 93 mph. He was subject to the totting up provisions. The Crown were unable to prove the case against him and the matter ended. He retained his licence and his job.

Dunfermline JP Court
Client was charged with speeding on the M9 by doing 98 mph. The client was a self employed businessman. His licence was essential to his business. He pled guilty and the Court imposed 4 penalty points and a £280 fine.

Edinburgh JP Court
Client was charged with speeding at 41 mph in a 30 mph zone. He was a lorry driver to trade. He wished to plead guilty and an exceptional hardship proof was fixed.

Stonehaven JP Court
The client was charged with driving at 81 mph in a 70 mph zone. He was subject to totting up if convicted. Client’s case was dismissed because it was discovered that there was a procedural error on the part of the Crown.

Glasgow JP Court
A business man, alleged to have been speeding on Glasgow Road, Rutherglen, was caught by a LTI20/20 speed detection camera. He was allegedly doing 41mph. The client, if convicted, would have been subject to a disqualification under the totting up procedure. The police evidence was shown to be insufficient to prove the speed, so the client was acquitted.

Stirling JP Court
Client charged with speeding at 42 mph in a 30 mph zone. Client was found not guilty after trial.

Stonehaven JP Court
Client pled guilty for speeding at 70 mph in a 50 mph zone on the A90. The client wished to tender a plea of guilty to the speed charge. He had 9 points on his licence and was subject to 6 months disqualification under the totting up provisions. We successfully argued Exceptional Hardship should apply as the client had just started a new business. He had 2 part time employees together with supporting himself and his wife. Exceptional Hardship was found to be made out and the client was able to retain his licence.

Client was charged with speeding on the A71. He was allegedly caught speeding at 82 mph in a 50 mph zone. The client disputed the speed in this case. The Crown were unable to prove the case as they did not have sufficient evidence to confirm the accuracy of the Unipar device used to measure the client’s speed. Accordingly the client was found not guilty.



  • Euan Robertson Solicitors
    254 Clarkston Rd, Glasgow, G44 3EA

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  • Mon – Fri: 09:00am – 17:00pm

Need an expert Speeding Offence Lawyer?

With over 30 years of experience Euan can advise and represent you to obtain the best possible outcome. Depending upon the evidence in each individual case, he will assess with you the evidence and advise you whether you should be going to trial or tendering a plea of guilty.

Make the right choice and contact Scotland’s premier Road Traffic Lawyer. Aiming to get you the best possible result.

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We wish to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to yourself and your staff in assisting and handling our recent road traffic cases. You were extremely proficient, professional and helpful in providing assistance in relation to the cases. We were impressed by your honest approach, realistic assessments and sound execution at the court hearing. We would most certainly be considering/recommending your firm for future matters.
Mr John Kiltie, Managing Director JMK Groundcare Ltd, Edinburgh Justice of the Peace Court

Myself, my family and Shaun would like to thank Mr. Euan Robertson Solicitors for the fantastic help my son Shaun Convery received over the past twelve months in dealing with a very complex and very serious road traffic offence that my son found himself charged with. My family cannot thank Mr. Robertson enough for the way Shaun’s case was represented and the outcome of the case, due to the tireless work carried out by Mr. Robertson and his associates. Many thanks.
Mr John Convery, Director Paisley Autocare

Euan conducts his business with the quiet confidence of a man who is on top of his game. He is clearly expert in all aspects of motoring law and enjoys the benefits accruing from significant experience and relevant personal contacts within the Scottish legal system. I would therefore not hesitate to recommend Euan to anyone requiring professional legal assistance.
P. Cheshire

I was on 9 points with another 6 points to come on. Euan managed to get one case dropped and the other Exceptional Hardship. I have kept my licence and am still driving! I can’t recommend Euan enough – fantastic work.
N. Stewart, Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

On my recent dealings with you I would not hesitate to recommend you. If I needed you in the future I would call on you again. Thanking you for help I have received from you over the last few months.
G. Kerr

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Robertson for all the help and advice I received in Spring 2010.”
Mr Jim McAteer, Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Euan’s skill testifies to a certain dexterity in Scottish road traffic law. Thanks again for all you did.
Mr John Doherty, Eng Tech LCGI MCIPHE RP, Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

I was very happy with the result and services which were professional, efficient and sympathetic. I would highly recommend your services.
Mr Martin Docherty, Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

Great professional advice and help from Euan. As it happened I didn’t need to go to court, so the lobbying behind the scenes was obviously fantastic! I would have no hesitation in recommending Euan, his whole approach is honest, upfront and he clearly gets results.
Frank McDaniel

I have been using Euan Robertson Solicitors for the last few years and have found their service and professionalism second to none and will be using their legal services on an ongoing basis.
Mr Tony Lindsay, Blindspot Ltd.Glasgow Sheriff Court

I would like to say thanks for Mr Robertson’s help. I am a professional driver and this was an excellent outcome for a very serious offence.
Glasgow Justice of the Peace matter

I would like to convey my thanks to Mr Euan Robertson and his staff for the invaluable help and assistance I recently received. I was extremely satisfied with Mr Robertson’s very competent and professional representation on my behalf and the subsequent outcome of the road traffic offence, and I would have no hesitation in recommending his legal services.
Mr A M Mackay

Euan, just a short note to thank you for your support on my recent driving offence case. Having unfortunately been through something similar last year, the level of support you gave me compared to the other organisation I used last year was significantly better. Your approach, understanding and communication was excellent and I never felt I was bothering you, even with the silliest of questions! Also, on the trial day, the way you made me feel at ease but kept very focused on the end result was excellent! I will certainly be recommending you to anyone who unfortunately needs similar support as I did. Thanks again!
Gavin Speirs, Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court

I was very satisfied with the competence and professionalism from the start to the finish, and I would be happy to recommend your services to anyone.
Mr Derek Bennett, Ayr Justice of the Peace Court