Matthew Heywood makes successful argument on Appeal ensuring client keeps his driving Licence

A Barrister for me client was charged with speeding and was at risk of losing his licence due to the amount of points on it. However, he denied ever receiving a Notice of Intended Prosecution which eventually was fatal to the prosecution case. Matthew Heywood successfully argued on appeal that s.1 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act applied and the conviction should be quashed. The Crown Court allowed the appeal and the conviction was quashed and the client kept his driving licence.

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