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Driving and Road Traffic Offences

Being charged with a driving or road traffic offence can be a stressful experience with the consequences potentially affecting more than just your driving licence.

We understand that these issues can affect all of us and have the specialist knowledge and expertise to guide you through the process from start to finish and beyond.

Driving and Road Traffic Offences FAQs can be found below.

Partner Michael Gupwell and Criminal Defence Solicitor Maxine Twynam are both highly experienced in assisting and successfully defending clients with both straightforward and complex driving and road traffic offences, including:

Michael regularly represents clients at Bristol Magistrates Court, Bath Magistrates Court and North Somerset Magistrates Court as well as other local Magistrates Courts and Crown Courts.

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For further advice and information, please contact our Bristol office on 0117 929 2811 or email info@wards.uk.com

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    January 2022

    Due to high rates of Covid19, we are limiting visitor access to our offices to help our staff stay safe.  We are available for video call and telephone meetings but face to face meetings with clients are currently available only in limited circumstances and only where agreed in advance,  to ensure compliance with our continuing Covid safeguards.

    How to get in touch:

    • Please email or telephone your usual lawyer or team, or
    • Please telephone the branch most convenient to you between 9am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday.
    • Alternatively, email info@wards.uk.com at any time and we will respond to you as soon as possible.
    • A list of our 12 branches is available here. Our telephones lines are operating normally.