Letter from DVLA telling you that you have been disqualified

We have noticed a significant increase in clients who have revived letters in the last few days notifying them that they have been banned without their knowledge. It appears that at the moment the courts are imposing can first ask questions later policy. Often the disqualifications of offences that the person did not commit or not made aware of and this has been compounded by the current coronavirus crisis. We are able to liaise with the courts and seek to quickly reverse the disqualification on your behalf and hope to limit the impact on your life. More often than not these cases can conclude with no penalty points or a small number of penalty points and a small fine and no disqualification. We are also able to conduct process initially over the telephone and almost immediately. Call or email us now for further assistance

New Guidance for Taxi Drivers

At JTS we have revised our guidance to taxi drivers following the impact of Covid-19. In particular we are aware that many licensing automates have sought to conduct licensing interviews and committees remotely and without the benefit of full legal representation. If you have been contacted for such an interview then contact us on 0800 002 9705 for free initial advice on the legality of this new process.

TFL Fare Evasion Guidance Update

At JTS we have updated our guidance on defending clients against TFL prosecutions as a result of the impact of Covid-19. Guidance has been provided by the government to all prosecuting authorities including TFL that they should carefully consider whether it is in the interests of just to proceed with a prosecution in the current environment. We have ulilized this guidance to seek to persuade TFL to reach an out of Court Settlement with many of our clients. If you need help in avoiding a criminal conviction contact us now
on 0800 002 9705 for free advice.