Case Update


Daniel Woodman representing a client who already had nine points on his licence and received further points for another motoring offence. Daniel presented an exceptional hardship argument to the court successfully explaining that if the client was taken off the road that not only would he and his own business suffer but other businesses for whom the client was a sub-contractor and who had taken on work on the basis of him being available would have been caused exceptional hardship and so the Magistrates in Bath concluded that the just thing to do would be to impose further points but to allow the client to keep on driving so that he could maintain his own business and therefore enable him to continue to provide for his young family and not let down people who rely on him for getting their work done too.

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