Where a taxi driver is being convicted for a driving offence, the DVLA or a Court sends a driving conviction letter to such a driver. This letter may state that the licence has received penalty points or there is fine to be paid. In these circumstances, when the driver approaches the court for further clarification, the court will ask him/her to submit a statutory declaration. This might seems to be the end of the issue. If you are under such an obligation, don’t take it lightly. The process of providing a statutory declaration is a complex matter and if you failed to handle it correctly, you will find yourself in a worst-case scenario.
Therefore, we offer you our expert advice and required assistance while filing an appropriate application and proving your innocence. If you are not allowed to make a statutory declaration, we will try to persuade the court to re-open your case or lower the fine/penalty points.
Why Choose Us?
No case is the same as another, and we do not take a ‘one size fits all approach’ to our clients. We prepare and undertake a tailored strategy based on our client’s individual’s needs and circumstances. Our experienced team is able to provide advice and assistance in various legal areas.
Our team will undertake a formal review of your case documents and advise you on the suggested next steps. Our expertise in this area means that care and consideration will be used when reviewing your file. We understand that matters can be time sensitive and you will receive our advice promptly following our instructions.
We are experts in advising and dealing with complex matters on behalf of vulnerable clients. Our team is committed to fighting for justice and providing a high quality service for all of our clients.