Dominic Sellar has appeared in thousands of cases. What follows is a selection of cases that reflects his experience in the area of road traffic law. Although personal details have been omitted each case is verifiable. Most of the cases arose during Dominic Sellar’s employment with another firm.

  • Date: 14 April 2015
  • Court: Edinburgh JP Court
  • Offence: Failing to Stop & Report

Failing to Stop & Report an Accident at Edinburgh JP Court. Our client was involved in an accident. He was charged with careless driving,and failing to stop at the scene of the accident and also with failing to report the accident to the police. He had abandoned the car at the scene and gone home. The police found alcohol within the car and there was a strong suspicion that the driver had been drink driving. He also had a bad driving record. We resolved the case at an early stage with a plea of guilty to the careless driving charge. The remaining charges were dropped and our client avoided disqualification. This is an good example of how proper expert advice can result in an excellent outcome.

Failing to Stop & Report an Accident
  • Date: 7 January 2015
  • Court: Edinburgh
  • Offence: Failing to Stop & Report

Failing to Stop or Report Accident (Section 170 Road Traffic Act 1988). Our client was charged with failing to stop at the scene of an accident or report the matter to the police. The Client accepted responsibility for the accident and sought our help to sort things out and get the best outcome. We sought early resolution and negotiated a plea with the prosecutor whereby our client pled guilty to only one of the three charges. Penalty Points were imposed and disqualification was avoided.

Failing to Stop & Report Accident
  • Date: 3 April 2014
  • Court: Glasgow JP Court
  • Offence: Failing to Stop & Report

Failing to Stop & Failing to Report at Glasgow JP Court. Our client had been charged with failing to stop and report following an accident. There were a number of problems with the Crown case, not least an issue with identification. At the trial the Crown accepted there were problems and decided to take no further proceedings.

Failing to Stop & Failing to Report

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