CASES & TESTIMONIALS

NATIONAL PERFORMING ARTIST TO KEEP LICENCE WITH 24 POINTS
Today JTS successfully argued that a national performing artist would suffer exceptional hardship and should keep his licence despite having
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PENALTIES FOR USING A MOBILE PHONE HAVE BEEN DOUBLED TODAY
Harsher punishments for driving whilst using a mobile phone have been introduced today. The new punishments mean that drivers who
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DRUG DRIVING CONVICTIONS POTENTIALLY UNSAFE
A drug driving charge was dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service due to potential manipulation of the forensic data by
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FAILING TO SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL S.444 EDUCATION ACT 1996
At JTS Solicitors we have a number of ongoing prosecutions for failing to send your child to school due to
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ACQUITTAL ACHIEVED FOR CLIENT WITH LICENCE AT RISK
Today our client was aquitted of an allegation of failing to provide details of a driver saving her from 6
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CHANGES TO GUIDELINES FOR SPEEDING OFFENCES
The Sentencing Council for England and Wales has issued new guidelines to Magistrates for offences of serious speeding. This means
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2 ACQUITTALS FOR CLIENTS’ FACING ALLEGATIONS OF TRAVELING ON THE METROLINK WITHOUT PAYING THE FARE
JTS today achieved important acquittals for two of our Clients facing allegations of traveling on the Metrolink without paying the
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THE DANGERS OF MAKING A ‘STATUTORY DECLERATION’
Statutory Declarations are becoming a more and more common way whereby Defendants convicted of offences without their knowledge, in particular
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TAXI RENEWAL ALLOWED FOR DRIVER WITH RECENT NO INSURANCE CONVICTION.
Today one of our drivers was successful when appearing before Council Committee in applying for a new Hackney Carriage licence
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R V JS – MANCHESTER MAGISTRATES’ COURT
JTS solicitors were successful today in an appeal against the refusal of a badge for a local black cab driver.
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