If you have been charged with a road traffic offence in or around Glasgow, our team is standing by to help you. Indeed, there are few solicitors better placed to help Glasgow’s motorists than Dominic Sellar & Co. From our premises in Glasgow’s city centre, we regularly defend drivers in all of three of the city’s courts.
Call our specialist road traffic team today and see how we can help defend your case.
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We are specialist road traffic solicitors representing clients throughout Scotland charged with all types of motoring offences. If you are facing prosecution for any road traffic offence we are here to help. We will provide an assessment of your case outlining the relevant law, the penalties and options that are available to you. This can be done over the phone, by email or at a meeting. All initial advice and representation is provided by Dominic Sellar.
Section 2 Road Traffic Act 1988 Dangerous Driving Offences are one of the most serious road traffic offences, attracting punishments of mandatory disqualification for a minimum period of 12 months, a fine and the requirement to re-sit the extended driving … Continued
Dominic has been practising law since 1997. Over the years he has defended clients from all walks of life, including single parents, teachers, police officers and even other road traffic lawyers. With so many successful cases behind him, Dominic has earned an enviable reputation for fighting hard for a just outcome in every single case.Call Dominic Sellar: 0790 55 00 870
Driving without Insurance and Special Reasons Proof at Glasgow JP Court. Our client has been employed as a driver for the last 20 or so years. She was charged with driving without insurance by the police. Driving without insurance carries … Continued
Driving without insurance & Special Reasons Proof at Lanark JP Court. Our client was charged with driving his wife’s car without insurance. The case called in the JP court in Lanark. Our client had 6 live penalty points from two … Continued
Mobile Phone case at Coatbridge JP Court. Our Client was charged by the police with using a mobile phone while driving. He position was that he was merely moving the phone from a jacket pocket to the central console. He … Continued
Dangerous Driving on M74 at Dumfries Sheriff Court. Our client was charges with driving at excessive speed on the M74 in bad weather conditions and undertaking other motor vehicles. A conviction for dangerous driving would mean automatic disqualification for no … Continued
Speeding Case at Falkirk JP Court. Our client was charged with speeding on the M80. The speed was captured by a mobile camera van. Our client depended on his licence and did not want any penalty points on his licence. … Continued
Dangerous Driving Charge at Hamilton Sheriff Court. Our client was charged with dangerous driving in Hamilton by failing to stop when required to do so, speeding and causing persons to take evasive action to avoid being struck by his motor … Continued
For those who are used to life in court – lawyers, journalists, police officers, etc – courts and court proceedings are part of everyday life. However, for the uninitiated, a courtroom can seem like a foreign country.
There is a language and culture peculiar to the legal industry and this can leave defendants feeling lost or confused. When your licence is on the line, this is clearly the last thing you want.
Our specialist legal team will guide you through what is expected of you, from responding to your charges to ensuring proper courtroom behaviour. With Dominic Sellar by your side, you are as prepared as possible.
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Over 150,000 people were charged with a motoring offence in and around Glasgow last year. Many simply opted to accept the verdict of the police rather than fight for a fair outcome. However, some requested my help and I stood by their side, challenged their charges and achieved a just outcome for their case.