The Johnson Partnership have solicitors specialising in road traffic law who can help with any sort of motoring  offence. We provide advice designed to avoid or minimise penalty points and avoid a driving ban. Our countrywide motoring law team work with clients to put forward special reasons for not endorsing penalty points.  We have a proud track record in persuading the courts that clients with 12 points on their licence should be allowed to keep driving as a ban would result in exceptional hardship.
Email us at mail@thejohnsonpartnership.co.uk or alternatively please fill out the form below.

Name

Date of Birth

Address

Contact Number

Email Address

Job Title

Court

Next hearing date and time

Charges:

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Full UK License:
YesNo

Date test passed:

Current penalty points on license:

Number of points and date of offence:

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Please describe in as much details as possible the precise circumstances of the alleged new charge

Please Indicate whether you intend to plead guilty or not guilty and why:

Personal driving circumstances:

Do you need your license to work?:
YesNo

If 'yes' please explain why:

Does anyone else in your household drive and have access to a vehicle?:
YesNo

Do you have any dependants, children or elderly relatives who rely upon you having a driving license?:
YesNo

Do you have any medical difficulties which require you to drive?:
YesNo

What affect on your personal circumstances would a disqualification from driving have?:

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